The ornamented containers often mistaken for American antiques held more than just the bride’s treasures.
Every primitive antique in the Hensons’ house offers a sense of Ohio’s early-19th-century history.
The Smiths have spent 30 years furnishing this c. 1720 fieldstone house to their liking—and the builder’s.
A Virginia couple’s collection shows just how widespread early needlework was, from Massachusetts to California.
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