19th c. Berlin Work Wool Petit Point Spaniel Needlework Dog
Adorable wool and silk needlework depicting what appears to be a Welsh or English springer spaniel. Likely adapted from a Berlin wool work pattern. 28 stitches per inch.
Original period frame from Elmira, NY marked Henry B. Crocker on backing paper.
Henry was a draftsman and engineer, at one time employed by Hardinge Brothers, Inc. He was married to Ethel Wood. Possibly her needlework.
Frame: 8.75" x 7.25" x 0.75"
Sight: 7-1/8" x 5-5/8"
Wool work in very good condition. Some loss to edge moulding of frame. Not conservation mounted.