A striking pink medallion quilt with Art Nouveau influences.
This velvet patchwork quilt was made by Anne Williams of Torfaen Road, Caerphilly in 1870 and donated to The Quilt Association by her family.
This quilt was made for Albert Swancote-Jones of Cwmbelan near Llanidloes by his mother in 1911.
This is a diamond in a square style quilt in buff and crimson with some very fine quilting.
This is a utilitarian patchwork quilt in the medallion style, with a diamond in a square featuring centrally. It was made in the South Wales valleys in the early 20th century of lightweight cotton printed fabrics from several different periods.
This small patchwork coverlet is just 36 x 36 cm and was probably used to decorate a table. Velvet and silk were both popular fabrics in the mid Victorian era between 1850 - 1875, and cushions, throws and tea cosies produced in the mosaic or crazy patchwork style adorned many a parlour.
The coverlet has been pieced from various printed dress and shirting cotton fabrics typical of the late 19th century.
This is a brickwall medallion quilt which has been hand-quilted.
This is a central medallion patchwork quilt, probably made in the 1930s.
This is a good example of two quilts in one! It is a Mid Wales patchwork quilt, now well-worn, with an older quilt used as wadding.
This is a commercially produced reversible bedcover made by the British Quilting Company in the mid 20th century.