SOLD! for $175.00.
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Four wool and cotton coverlets, all made by Goodwin Guild weavers, three retaining the original silk labels. Colors and sizes include: Yellow in the Whig Rose pattern (85" x 103"), Blue in the Snowflakes & Pine Trees pattern (85" x 98"), Dark Orange in the Whig Rose pattern (73" x 103") and Pink in the Pine Burr pattern (92 1/4" x 105"). The Goodwin family started weaving in the United States during the early 1800's. Goodwin Guild Weavers was established in 1952 in Blowing Rock, North Carolina and operated until the 1990's. They specialized in jacquard reproductions of colonial coverlets. Provenance: Estate of Bill Selden, Athens, TN. Condition: Some small stains to orange coverlet. All others very good condition.