H356 Early 20th century School House pattern hooked rug. This visually appealing rug is constructed of hand hooked wool on burlap in a vertical rectangular form and features six different school houses done in reds, blues and greens with white accents on a tan background surrounded on all four sides with a red and black triple border.
*SOLD* G296 Hooked rug featuring three very primitive cats on a black background. Maker creatively incorporated a cat sitting with its back/tail to the viewer, in between two standing, side view cats. There are mixed fabrics used, predominantly cotton and wool, hooked on burlap. Mounted and ready to hang! Circa 1870 - 1880’s.
G297 Hand hooked rug depicting two fighting Roosters. Maker created dominant eyes, detailed combs, a few standing/loose feathers and pointed feet on each bird.
*SOLD* W367 Dated 1903 Antique Folk Art Hooked Rug with Birds AND Floral DESIGN Hooked Rug , Dated Feb. 9 1903, in excellent condition professional mounted and cleaned on frame, beautiful colors
*SOLD* E538 Exemplary American Hooked and Braided Rug on stretcher, ready to hang – features three playful cats with a ball of yarn centered in a tightly hooked oval grey wool background with two complimentary braided wool rows to frame the outer border.
*SOLD* E537 Early 20th century Fantastic Folky Cat Hooked Rug Mounted on frame beautiful colors, Gray Cat laying on mat, background surrounded by boarder
D451 Late 19th century Pennsylvania geometric hooked rug, , with variegated diamonds and triangles, professionally mount and ready for hanging in outstanding condition
D93 Early 20th Century Americana Folk Art Hooked Rug, , Beautiful hand made hooked rug with three Bunnies in a flower garden , with blue bird
B404 Early 20th century Two horses facing each other with a checker board patterned border. The rug has been professionally mounted on frame Hooked rugs are arguably one of the few indigenous North American folk arts, and they were extremely popular throughout the nineteenth century
Y217 An outstanding example of American folk art, This hooked rug patterns of the later 19th century, and it was probably hooked sometime around 1890.
X420 Early 20th century Hooked Rug from Concord New Hampshire, professional framed and mounted