....time to show some antique rugs. First up is a 19th century period rug with stars, diamonds and two deer at the bottom border. The other three border sides are checkerboard style.
An American hooked rug depicting a house complete with weather vane at the top and stylized trees. Original measured 22 x 33 and hooked late 19th or early 20th century.
Blue Birds and Pot was part of Harriett Gorman's estate from Pennsylvania. Original measured 36 x 56 and was hooked 19th century.
A Dog with Block border looks like the color bled after getting wet. The auction house said it was hooked 1900s and measured 24 x 35.
Chickens and Horse and have no other information.
Again no information but it is obviously 2 ducks swimming and I'm wondering what the original colors were and if they either faded or the hooker used what she had. BUT.... if that was the case think I'd use that grey/blue as the water and the golden brown as the ground. So that's why I'm thinking it was faded.