Gallery of Antique Samplers
Sold by the Scarlet Letter

Listed below are antique samplers which have been previously sold by the Scarlet Letter. Although these antiques are no longer available for purchase, some of them have been reproduced. Please click on the name or photo of the antique to see more information about it including a link to the reproduction kit if one is available.

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Sophia Irish

Worked at M. Newick's school, Hinton St. George, when she was eight years old, this sampler features two large flying cherubs above the Lord's Prayer, which is flanked by pillars covered with twining ivy, two large potted trees.

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Hanna Katerina

This is a very finely stitched German sampler beginning with a single row of alphabets above an immensely intricate collection of symbolic cross stitched motifs.

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Agnes Brown-Kinghorn

A Scottish sampler commencing with an arcaded stylized pansy border across the top above Adam and Eve (nicely labeled as such), flanked by paired birds, peacocks, flowers in vases, a crowned thistle, Solomon's Temple, and floral motifs reminiscent of early 18th century samplers.

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Lake Family Record Sampler

Featuring a beautiful and richly colored four sided honeysuckle border, this New York sampler commemorates the marriage of the parents Isaac Lake and Margaret Robins in 1824, and the birth of six children.

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Ester Lane
18th Century English Samplers
It is very unusual to find such an early family record sampler made in England. This sampler chronicles the marriage of her parents followed by the births of her four sisters and five brothers.

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Margret Lawrance 1823

This Scottish sampler is stitched with brightly colored silk and wool floss on linen, featuring numerous stylized alphabets and family initials. There are three rows of beautiful illuminated letters characteristic of Scottish samplers. In the lower reserve is a peacock with seven tail feather (also typical of Scottish samplers), a small house, flowers, a rooster, a tulip, flower baskets, hearts and a small female figures.

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Mary Levermore 1817

MARY LEVERMORE 1817 English pictorial sampler featuring Adam and Eve at the center surrounded by birds, squirrels, lions and cherubs, with tweo short verses.

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LM:AM dated 1829

This sampler is either English or Continental, and is stitched with brilliantly colored silk on extremely fine linen and bordered with rose colored silk ribbon.

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Two Mexican Samplers

Two Mexican samplers, both late 19th century (circa 1876), in very good condition, but quite coarse.

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Elizabeth Mitchel

This quintessential Scottish sampler is stitched with fine silks on linen with an industrious use of stitches including queen, petit point, back, cross, counted satin, stem and turkeywork.

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