Chintz applique quilt top, 105.5" square, made of 36 squares, each with a floral chintz applique. Fifteen squares have maker's signatures, dates and city. Floral chintz sashing. No batting or backing (unfinished). Signatures are: Adrianna L. Lartique, Blackville 1847 / Mary Elisa Gantt, April 1848 / Harriet Blackwood, Charleston 1848 / Elisabeth Cummins, Charleston 1848/ Harriet B. Chapman, February 1848 / Virginia Chapman, January 1848 / Rachel Chapman, Charleston 1848 / Mrs. C. T. Lartique, Blackville 1847 / T. B. Chapman, Charleston 1848 / Harriet B. Chapman, March 1848 / Catherine Chapman, Blackville 1847 / Mrs. R. Kirkland, Blackville 1848 / Ann E. Furman, Charleston 1847 / Claudia L. Chapman, Blackville 1847. Donated to the Charleston Museum by Lucia Fishburne Walker (Mrs. William Harvey Cogswell) in 1978. Second image displays detail of one square.
Chintz applique quilt measuring 109.5" by 190.5" and consisting of 41-12" square blocks with muslin ground and chintz applique flowers, set on point. Triangles fill in around the edges on all sides. Brown, red and cream print sashing frame the squares and triangles. Floral chintz is used on outer border. It has a woven tape binding with muslin backing and a very thin batting. Two wreaths in the center are signed "Margaret Thompson Banks / 1844" and "James Monroe Eason / 1844." A maker's wreath below and between the center wreath is signed "Gracy Drummond / December 4th, 1845/ Aged 66 yrs." Each block on the frontof the quilt has the name and date of a family member as follows: (A-1) J Bennett Lanneau; (A-3) Elizabeth Drummond; (A-5) Mary E Dotterer; (A-7) Thomas D Eason; (A-9) Robert Pritchard Eason; (B-2) Thaddeus Street; (B-4) Henry Eason Dotterer; (B-6) Gracia Jane Lanneau; (B-8) Thomas Davis Dotterer; (C-1) Hugh Rose Banks, Jr.; (C-3) Sarah Ann Eason Street; (C-5) Isabella Jane Grassell Eason; (C-7) Thomas A Dotterer; (C-9) Margaret Thompson Murphy; (D-2) Fleetwood Lanneau; (D-4) T Ogier Smith; (D-6) Margaret Thompson Banks; (D-8) William A Dotterer; (E-1) Jane S Windsor; (E-3) Caroline Thompson Mann Banks; (E-5) Gracy Thompson Drummond; (E-7) Hugh Rose Banks, Sr.; (E-9) Caroline C Banks; (F-2) Gracey Jane Windsor Lanneau; (F-4) Elizabeth A Banks; (F-6) James Monroe Eason; (F-8) Fleetwood G Lanneau; (G-1) Charles Henry Banks; (G-3) Thomas T Windsor; (G-5) Elizabeth Thompson Mann-Windsor; (G-7) Mary Eason Dotterer; (G-9) Sarah Jane Jones; (H-2) Martha Elizabeth Jones Windsor; (H-4) James B Dotterer; (H-6) James Caldwell Lanneau; (H-8) Sarah Thompson Calder; (I-1) Mary Stevens Lanneau; (I-3) Caroline B Drummond; (I-5) Margaret Murphy; (I-7) Harriet [unknown] Burns; (I-9) William Grassell Eason. The quilt was made for the marriage of Margaret Thompson Banks (1826-1886) and James Monroe Eason (1819-1887). The two were married on March 23, 1847 in Charleston, South Carolina. The quilt was donated in 2011, by direct descendents of Margaret and James Eason, Virginia Eason Winn and Julie King Winn Sellers. Includes two detail Objects of quilt blocks F-2 and H-2, respectively.
Very large white cambric quilt with appliques. Central medallion is floral bouquet surrounded with butterfly motifs and circular floral vine. Surrounding vine are bird and butterfly motifs, with architectural ruins inside four oval landscape medallions. Floral vase in each corner. Inner border is floral chintz with urns, lion's head depicted on each. Middle border is white cambric and outer border is different chintz pattern with cherubs. Tape binding, backing is cambric, fine batting.
The quilt consists of thirty blocks with centered applique motifs, each signed. Motifs include birds, flowers, floral wreaths, urns, and baskets of flowers. The motifs are cut out and appliqued with a button hole stitch. The blocks are separated by white sashes. The quilt is framed with a floral border. Bound, backed, and quilted.
At the center of the quilt is a large square medallion of individual appliqued chintz motifs. The center consists of various chintz flowers and leaves. The area bordering the center medallion depicts various birds, peacocks, and floral motifs. The outside border is floral chintz. Quilted and backed.
Chintz applique quilt top, 82.5" x 86," with Trophy of Arms center medallion encircled by wreath of flowers, then ring of butterflies, then ring of fruit motifs, and then ring of fruit motifs alternating with floral vase ovals. Chintz border of peacocks and flowers. No batting, backing or binding (unfinished). Made by Hannah Noland Henderson c. 1830. Donated to the Charleston Museum by descendants William Rutherford Trumble and Fritz Trumble in 2013. Detail Objects show center medallion Trophy of Arms and a floral vase oval.
A chintz applique measuring 109" by 111.5". It has a Tree-of-Life design and uses multiple fabrics. The design includes flowers, leaves and birds on a main tree with butterflies and floral sprigs encircling the tree. At the base of the tree is mound of flowers with various birds including peacocks. The floral border is wide and printed with green leaves, brown flowers and tiny, yellow flowers. The whole quilt is multicolored on a white background. The backing is plain muslin in four vertical strips with woven binding tape all around. The center of the quilt has double line diagonals forming diamonds with a floral motif in the center. It isqQuilted around the tree motifs. And the border is quilted in crossed diagonal lines. On the reverse, in dark blue cross-stitch, at top center is stitched: "Burges / Dec 1833." The quilt was possibly made in Charleston by Margaret Eliza Darley Seyle Burges, the great, great-grandmother of the donor. Margaret and James Smith Burges were the parents of Edward Burges. Edward married Eveline Olivia Petsch. Their son was Julius Eugene Burges, Sr., who married Anna Willissa Detwiler. Their son was Julius Eugene Burges, Jr., the donor's father. The quilt was given in 2010, by Gene Burges.
A chintz applique, medallion quilt measuring 92.5" by 91". It has a white background with pinks, blues, greens and browns. And a central motif of a basket of fruit with leaves and bird. This is encircled by bird, insect and floral appliques. There are varied floral bouquets at the four sides with fruit, floral and pheasant appliques below. Additional florals, in both baskets and sprays, are outside the center medallion. There is a narrow floral border on both sides of a wider border around the whole quilt. The wide border is a printed floral of bright blue, pink and brown. It is quilted overall in a clamshell design with the border having larger overlapping arcs. The plain muslin backing is in three vertical strips with binding front to back. The quilt was possibly made in Charleston by Margaret Eliza Darley Seyle Burges, the great, great-grandmother of the donor. Margaret and James Smith Burges were the parents of Edward Burges. Edward married Eveline Olivia Petsch. Their son was Julius Eugene Burges, Sr., who married Anna Willissa Detwiler. Their son was Julius Eugene Burges, Jr., the donor's father. The quilt was given in 2010, by Anne Burges Lake.
The quilt is floral chintz with a fruit basket medallion. The basket is filled with various chintz fruits (grapes, pineapple, peaches, strawberries) and a bird. The center medallion is encircled with a floral wreath. The main body of the top is quilted in a scalloped (clamshell) pattern with cording. The central medallion is surrounded by four circular rows of hexagonal patchwork flowers. These hexagonal flowers were appliqued after the completion of the corded quilting. Appliqued fruit in rounded triangles are in each corner of the quilt within the borders. The quilt is framed by two floral patterned chintz borders. Main colors in the quilt are rose red, blue, and brown. No batting. Back is whole cloth linen or cotton. The hexagon flowers contain block prints, copper plate roller prints, Lafayette blue and tan prints, madder print, and others.
Pair of matching white cotton coverlets with appliqued design in pastel shades - 18 brown lattice baskets filled with purple, pink and yellow tulips, green leaves. Green sashing. Scalloped green binding on three sides, top edge hemmed. Made by Margaret Williams (Mrs. George W. Williams) in the 1930s. Donated to the Charleston Museum by maker's granddaughters, Elizabeth & Margaret Williams in 2008.