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We are thrilled to offer this lovely needlepoint rose so elegantly framed and ready for its new owner.

The skilled efforts of the creator of this beautiful rose needlepoint piece are very evident as you examine it closely. No novice here, the artist knew her (his?) business and has left us with a richly rewarding treasure.

A textured creamy background, shades of olive-y greens and rich tones of maroon and pink combine to create a true masterpiece. Professionally framed by House of Frames and Gallery in North Carolina, the rich oval walnut frame with gold inside edging is a perfect setting to show off the creator's handiwork.

Measuring 9 1/4" x 7 1/4" this piece has rubber discs on the back to avoid scratching when hung, it can be hung with the sawtooth hanger attached to the back or as you see here, it displays magnificently on an easel. In excellent vintage condition, you'll fall in love with this framed piece as we have!

If you have questions regarding this needlepoint framed work, please convo us and we'll be glad to answer quickly. Thank you for dropping by, we appreciate your time in visiting our shop and we hope you find something here that brings a fond memory and a smile.

NOTE: I notice the texturing of this lovely work do not show up nearly as nice in my photo as they are in 'person' so wanted to share that. Easel in photos not included, thanks

Vintage Oval Framed Needlepoint Handiwork


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: Glass, Walnut, Paper, Canvas, Thread, Sawtooth Hanger
  • Only ships within United States.
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  • Favorited by: 41 people