Floral Motifs on Early Chintz
Anemone coronaria - Double Anemone
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Panel 7 
Quilts with the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone)  motif: 
  • Collection of Kansas State Historical Society, Mellichamp Quilt made by members of the Mellichamp family and others, probably James Island, South Carolina, Southern Quilts, pp.40-41, 1850-1855
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 740, c. 1840
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 586, c. 1840 
  • Charleston Museum, Governor Charles Hammond Chintz Applique Quilt, Social Fabric: South Carolina's Traditional Quilts, p. 15, c. 1840  
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Object Number HT 742, c. 1840  
  • Private Collection of Elsie S. Hall, Medallion Quilt Made by Sarah Alexander Harris Gilmer, North Carolina Quilts, p. 43, c. 1828
  • Private Collection of Helen H. Carey, Pieced and Patched Quilt of Chintz, Old Quilts, p. 178, undated
Chintz with the above  Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motif: 
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Printed Textile (Pillow case or sham or handkerchief cover), Object Number 1979.0058.009, 1790-1810
  • Panel 7 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.
Also, check out the June 15, 2018 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2018/06/gothic-ruin-panel-7.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations,  and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs.
 
Panel 9
Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) from Private Collection of Lenna DeMarco, Unnamed Unquilted Pillow Cover, undated
Quilts with the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motifs: 
  • Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, Floral Roundels Medallion Quilt, Historic Quilts of the DAR Museum, p.38, Object Number 83.33, made c. 1815-1825, quilted c. 1870
  • Daughters of the American Revolution Museum, Chintz Applique Counterpane, Made by Achsah Goodwin Wilkins and Unidentified African Americans, Eye on Elegance: Early Quilts of Maryland & Virginia, p. 64-65, Object Number 2014.5, c. 1820
Chintz with the above  Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motif: 
  • Private Collection of Lenna DeMarco, Unnamed Unquilted Pillow Cover, undated
  • Panel 9 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.
Panel 14 
Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) from 
Quilts with the above Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone)  motif: 
  • Private Collection Courtesy of Americah Hurrah Antiques, N.Y.C., Broderie Perse Tree of Life Quilt, Treasury of American Quilts, p. 131, 1830s-1925
Chintz with the above  Anemone coronaria (Double Anemone) motif: 
  • Panel 14 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.
Also, check out the July 21, 2018 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2018/07/floral-bouquet-with-blue-ribbons-panel.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations,  and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs.

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© Updated 12/13/2018    Author:  Terry Terrell