Vintage Hooked Rug Single Flower Leaves Two Distelfink Birds Americana Textile
Description: A charming hooked rug acquired from the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, southeastern region. In rectangular form it showcases a single, orange-rust flower, flourishing stems with buds and deep green leaves with brown veins. Two birds, possibly Distelfink, are perched on stems with a detailed blend of blue, purple and gray on a sand color background with a deep green border. A fun piece with a Folk Art appearance that would display well converted to a wall hanging.
Note: Refer to “Condition’ for additional information.
Care: Do Not Vacuum, Use in a Washing Machine or Use Detergents or Harsh Chemicals
Circa: Probably 20th century. Unknown. No further history available.
Dimensions: Height: 23" x Width: 17 1/2"
Product Weight: 1 pound 4 ounces
Origin: United States, Pennsylvania
Primary Colors: Dark Green, Rust-Orange, Brown, Blue, Purple, Sand
Material: Most Likely Wool and Other
Style: Folk Art
Condition: Previously owned – used. Colors are clear with some pulls and matting. Edges have some pulls and fraying. Backing is worn with discoloration (possibly old adhesive) on edges and holes. Being sold as wall decoration.
Makers Marks: No visible makers’ marks or signatures
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