Vintage Hand Crafted Cross Stitch Embroidery Sampler -  This Is Our House The Door Opens Wide

Vintage Hand Crafted Cross Stitch Embroidery Sampler - This Is Our House The Door Opens Wide

Regular price $46.50


Product Description:  A Wonderful Cross Stitch Embroidery Sampler - "This Is Our House The Door Opens Wide And Welcomes You To All Inside".  This wonderful cross stitch features a variety of colors in red, green, grey, black, orange, blue and brown.  The motto is featured in the center with a house with pine trees above and fireplace and two chairs below.  A very welcoming cross stitch illustration which depicts the motto.  It is bordered with a light blue floral motif and displays wonderfully behind glass within a brown plastic-like frame, highlighted with a gold inner trim.   A terrific vintage wedding gift or addition to a sampler collection.

Circa:  Most likely Mid-20th Century

Dimensions:  14" length x 11 1/4" width x (including frame) x 1/2" depth (frame)

Colors:  Red, Green, Grey, Black, Orange, Blue, Brown and Gold

Markings:  No visible markings

Artist:  Unknown

Product Weight:  1 pound 15 ounces

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Age appropriate condition.  Minor surface scratches on frame, slight age discoloration on sampler.  The cardboard stand on the backing does not match the rotation of picture.  Hanging hardware will need to be added to use as a wall hanging.  





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