Late-19th-century design from an online auction.
Mid-19th- century version from an online auction
Thought to be from Bronxville, New York.
It's a mystery pattern.
If appliqued it should be on page 72 of my Encyclopedia of Applique
in the 9.9: Four Miscellaneous elements
A pretty miscellaneous bunch of patterns
Related design from the Cattaraugus County Museum in New York.
Same elements---hearts and diamonds.
This quilt is on display in their quilt show until the end of May.
Here's a variation with five units.
Attributed to Abigail Fairchild Hedges (1785-1863)
Collection of the Newark Museum
"Bleeding Heart. / A Bride's Quilt, made by Abigail Fairchild. / Combination of patch and applique. / Abigail Fairchild born Newton, Ct. 1785,/ married Charles Hedges in Wheeling, (then / Virginia) 1811. / Loaned by Mrs. John Toohy, New Milford, Conn."
It was donated in 1963 by Roy Denslow.
But are these designs appliqued? When you see a floral in a circle check to see if there are seams extending to the edge of the circle.
It would be easy to applique the center.
Beyond that---real show-off piecing.
Related to these pieced designs, perhaps. All three were published in the 20th century as Bleeding Heart.
I came across this photo of a quilt in Bill Volckening's collection.
Hearts surrounded by diamonds & triangles. Another variation on the Bleeding Heart?