Price

£5750.00

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Large British Woolwork of Three Ships Including the Ada and Two Smaller Craft.

Circa 1875.

The Very Large British sailor's woolie depicts three different ships- a port side view of The British merchant ship Ada flying the red ensign, another sailing vessel off her stern with the identification number CY850 on her red sails and a pennant reading Alaska, and also with a red ensign while a third off her bow also has red sails and with the identification number A111 on the sails.

Dimensions: 25 1/2 inches high x 43 1/2 inches wide.

Provenance: Grace Allen Collection.

Illustrated: "Woolies: Sailor's Embroidered Folk Art,", Antiques and The Arts Weekly, The Bee Publishing Co., January 28th, 2000, p. 67.

(Ref: NY9412-Lrrx).

Dimensions

64.77cm high x 110.49cm wide

Price

£5750.00

Stock number

NY9412-Lrrx

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