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This sampler, undated during the second half of nineteenth century is cared for by our team at Montacute House. Photo copyright Richard Pike/NT Images.

This sampler, undated during the second half of nineteenth century is cared for by our team at Montacute House. Photo copyright Richard Pike/NT Images.

This is one of three similar samplers (the other two are in private collections) that can be traced to girls who lived in the Franklin/Norwich area of Connecticut. Illustrated with exotic scenes of faraway lands, they are some of the most unusual samplers stitched by early nineteenth-century schoolgirls. Laura Hyde embroidered her sampler with images of India that she probably copied from a history or geography text.

This is one of three similar samplers (the other two are in private collections) that can be traced to girls who lived in the Franklin/Norwich area of Connecticut. Illustrated with exotic scenes of faraway lands, they are some of the most unusual samplers stitched by early nineteenth-century schoolgirls. Laura Hyde embroidered her sampler with images of India that she probably copied from a history or geography text.

Embroidered Sampler Laura Hyde  (born 1787) Date:1800  Geography:New England, Franklin, Connecticut, United States  Medium:Silk on linen, embroidered  Illustrated with exotic scenes of faraway lands, they are some of the most unusual samplers stitched by early nineteenth-century schoolgirls. Laura Hyde embroidered her sampler with images of India that she probably copied from a history or geography text.

Embroidered Sampler Laura Hyde (born 1787) Date:1800 Geography:New England, Franklin, Connecticut, United States Medium:Silk on linen, embroidered Illustrated with exotic scenes of faraway lands, they are some of the most unusual samplers stitched by early nineteenth-century schoolgirls. Laura Hyde embroidered her sampler with images of India that she probably copied from a history or geography text.

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Sampler ~ Anna Navarro ~ alphabet, numerals and initials ~ 19th century ~ Spanish ~ silk on canvas ~ Embroidered textiles ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sampler ~ Anna Navarro ~ alphabet, numerals and initials ~ 19th century ~ Spanish ~ silk on canvas ~ Embroidered textiles ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

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