13.75 x 18in. (34 x 45cm.), framed and glazed; and another by Ann Eyles, with a church and churchyard worked in brown and green silks, with the verse "Hail, church yard hail", within a border of woollen naturalistic flowers--15.5 x 15.75in. (39 x 40cm.), framed and glazed, first quarter of 19th century (2)" /> A sampler by Mary Kerley 1830 worked in coloured silks in shades of green and brown, with the verse "Jesus permit thy gracious name to stand", surrounded by tree, flower and bird spot motifs, within a stylised floral border--<I>13.75 x 18in. (34 x 45cm.), framed and glazed</I>; and another by Ann Eyles, with a church and churchyard worked in brown and green silks, with the verse "Hail, church yard hail", within a border of woollen naturalistic flowers--<I>15.5 x 15.75in. (39 x 40cm.), framed and glazed, first quarter of 19th century</I> (2) | Christie's