A graphic quilt from an online auction.
It seems to have a strip pieced back.
It's a lot like BlockBase #3818
but the central star points are longer than a regular star diamond.
BlockBase #3818 was first published in the Ladies' Art Company catalog as
Pin Wheel Star about 1890. The Nancy Cabot column in the Chicago Tribune
called it Star and Wreath in the 1930s.
The Ladies Art Co. sketch
John Sauls's inventory
The Ladies Art was quite an influential pattern source
and most of these quilts from online auctions were probably made
from their pattern.
The shading makes a difference.
A bad photo from the Indiana project and the Quilt Index/
It probably looks much like the example above it.
Southern, late 19th century-early 20th
More diamonds in the star
North Carolina Project & the Quilt Index
Another Southern quilt with a more complicated center star.
I clicked on QuickQuilt in BlockBase and changed the colors
And squeezed a lot of templates for a 12" block
on one sheet.