Rare Madison Montpelier Mansion CrossStitch SamplerKit President

Rare Madison Montpelier Mansion CrossStitch SamplerKit President


Manufacturer :  Miscellaneous Manufacturers

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 Montpelier was a lifelong home of James Madison, fourth president of the United States. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountians, the estate was originally part of a 1723 patent from King George I. In 1764, construction began on the two-story building that would become the finished Montpelier mansion seen today. The building was later expanded by James Madison in two separate renovations that included the addition of the portico and two single-story wings. After Madison's death, the mansion was sold, and was eventually acquired by the duPont family. In 1984, it became a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Following an 18-month state-of-the-art study, the mansion has been restored to it'sc. 1820 appearance, both inside and out. This historic design is stitched in jewel tones of  green, red, yellow and blue, this beautiful piece for the counted cross stitch enthusiast is sure to become an instant heirloom.
Absolutely Lovely!
Size: 10" x 5"
Kit contains: 14 ct charles craft fabric, embroidery floss, needle, instructions Proudly made in the USA
Artist: Cecil Humphreys
Manufacturer: The Posey Collection
Year/Condition: 2010/ Vintage New