Elizabeth Page Reproduction Sampler Elizabeth Page Original Sampler

This sampler has a very unusual composition, with all sorts of odd devices and shapes-within-shapes. It has a traditional Greek fretwork border, and Adam and Eve with the Tree of Life and the serpent inside a cartouche. At the center is a large house with a sailing ship beneath it, flanked by assorted strange animals, including trumpeting swans. The jury's still out regarding its origin. We suspect it's English, but never having seen the likes of this before and considering the coarsely woven homespun linen of the original, it could very well be American, possibly from New York State.

Origin and date: Possibly English 1804
Rated: Intermediate
Linen count and finished size: 25 count, 18-1/2"x23-1/4"
Stitches: Cross, back, straight, tent, and long arm cross in 20 different colors
Source: From the collection of The Scarlet Letter

Kit with cotton floss: $66.00
Kit with silk floss: $132.00
Graph only: $12.00
Finished Model: $900.00