Definitely created in the 1800s, the beautiful sampler depicts the bucket over the well described in the poem, along with the mill house and bridge Woodworth remembers from his father’s plantation. Framed behind glass in a very old burled wood frame with carved corners, the sampler is stained at the bottom, on the left side, and along the top, but is still a real treasure of American folk art. Quite large, it measures 22.5 inches wide by 10 inches high including frame. A couple of small chips to the corners of the frame. Authentic Americana at its best!
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