The twins were introduced to the yard by the mom while they were still nursing. Fawns are usually born in the early spring and by November, no longer nursing, the twins started to show up without mom. That's because it was rut season again and mom was with the big boys. So there will be more fawns showing up next year. It is hunting season now and heard gun shots early this morning. Hope the deer remember this is a hunting safe zone in my yard.
First interesting rug is the two deer, pup, and primitive scrolls in two corners. No date or size provided.
The stag and tulips rug was hooked early 20th century, measures 32.5 x 44 and from the estate of Kristina Barbara Johnson, Princeton, NJ.
Notice on the back, again, how they made do by hooking thru folded foundation to secure the edges. Perhaps they didn't have manufactured cotton rug binding back then.
Love this folk art horse below but the border made of angles looks daunting. It measures 36.5 x 52 and sold for $1,690.