This delightful tent stitch woolwork picture was produced in England during the mid 19th century, 1860 period. The needlework depicts a tortoiseshell cat or kitten playing with a yarn of wool upon a blue pillow. Cat needlepoints are far more scarce than their canine friends. This charming example is housed behind old glass in a period correct birds eye maple wood frame with a gilt slip.
This is such a decorative needlework, the perfect piece for anyone looking for the folk art look. It is the ideal item for a cat lover.
Please see our collection of 18th and 19th century art and textiles listed separately in our store.
Measuring: Frame width 14 inch (35.5 cm) by height 10.5 inch (26.5 cm). Aperture width 10 1/8 inch (26 cm) by height 6 5/8 inch (17 cm).
Condition: Some minor old debris under glass.
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Antique 19th Century Cat Needlework Kitten Playing Ball, Birds Eye Maple Frame Needlepoint Circa 1860
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