Tag Archives: Mary Seeds Moon

History and Care: The Importance of Provenance and Condition in Today's Quilt Market

History and Care: The Importance of Provenance and Condition in Today's Quilt Market

By Brenda Hornsby Heindl On the night my grandmother passed away, I learned that she had been trying to finish a quilt for me which she started when I was born. I will never sell it, and it always brings me an emotional tie to a family member who is no longer alive. The market […]

Gavels 'n' Paddles: Maryland appliquéd quilt, $9,360, Jeffrey S. Evans

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall A fine pieced and appliquéd Maryland Lone Star quilt, likely made by Mary Seeds Moon (born circa 1806), the mother of Emily Quail Moon (1844-1906), in Baltimore around 1840, sold for $9,360 at a Textiles & Sewing Auction held July 16 by Jeffrey S. […]