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CH1001 KING ARTHUR UNICORN

From the legend of King Arthur. Loom woven.

CH1003 KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE

From an original English tapestry woven circa 1895. This design depicts the shields of the twenty-four knights of the round table of King Arthur, the English King of ancient legend. Other sizes, with or without hanging loops and a range of borders available. Contact us for more information.

CH1033 KNIGHTS OF KING ARTHUR

This tapestry with hanging loops depicts the shields of the Knights of the Round Table. From a design circa 1890. Loom woven

CH1034 THE TOURNAMENT AT CAMELOT

This tapestry depicts a jousting tournament outside Camelot watched by the Queen and her Ladies of the Court. Loom woven. Some sizes are availble with the option of hanging loops.

Woven: France

Materials: Cotton blend

NM2050 THE WINGED STAGS

This symbolic tapestry originally woven in the 15th Century is now housed at the Museum of Antiquities in Rouen, France. Silk-screened

NM2082 KNIGHT OF SIENA

From a fresco dated 1328 in Siena, Italy showing a noble General riding his warhorse. Loom woven

NM2083 BAYEUX-BATTLE OF HASTINGS

This tapestry represents the historic Battle of Hastings in 1066 when William of Normandy defeated Harold and the English Saxons. Loom woven

CH1006 DEPARTURE OF THE KNIGHTS (BORDER)

A magnificent 19th century English tapestry reproduction showing the Ladies of the Court farewelling the mounted Knights as they leave for the expedition into the forest. Loom woven.

Woven: France

Materials: Wool, cotton, silk, metallic highlights

R4020 CHATEAU BELLEVUE

Reproduced from the series of tapestries depicting the Royal Palaces of France woven inthe late 17th century.

Loom woven in French Flanders

48% wool, 52% cotton

R4021 PALACE OF VERSAILLES

The famous Palace of Versailles, built in the 17th century was the principle residence of the French Kings and the seat of government for over 100 years.

Loom woven in French Flanders.

12% wool,48% viscose, 40% cotton

WM8165 THE PEACOCK

From the collaborative design by William Morris and Phillip Webb titled "The Forest Tapestry". Loom woven

LP211 NAVAL BATTLE

A tapestry showing tall ships engaged in a battle on the high seas, this tapestry features an unusual border. Loom woven

LP6249 THE TERRACE

A beautiful villa and garden on the shores of Lake Como. See also entry number LP6222. Loom woven

NM-744 BAYEUX MONT ST. MICHEL

This section of the tapestry depicts Duke William,accompanied by Earl Harold , setting out on a military campaign against Duke Conan II of Brittany. A very authentic aged appearance & textured weave due to the 10% wool component. Loom woven in Belgium. Cotton and wool blend.

NM943 LA MANTA

With figures inspired from medieval legends, this tapestry is based on a fresco at the Castello Della Manta, circa 1420

Loom Woven

NM23 LES CERFS AILES (THE WINGED STAGS)

Originally woven in the mid-15th Century for royalty, this allegorical tapestry is now at the Museum of Antiquities in Rouen, France.

Silk screened.

NM24 LE TOURNOI (THE TOURNAMENT)

This tapestry was originally woven in Brussels around 1494, and is now at the Museum of Beaux-Arts in Valenciennes, France. Jousting was highly popular at the end of the 15th Century.

Silk Screened

R96 CHATEAU DE VERSAILLES (PALACE OF VERSAILLES) SILK SCREEN

From a series of tapestries depicting French Royal Palaces, and representing the twelve months of the year. This view of the ancient Palace of Versailles represents the month of April, and was woven at the end of the 17th Century at the Royal Gobelins Manufactory in Paris, Museum of Pau, southern France.

Silk Screened

R142 BESTIAIRE (BESTIARY)

Woven during the 16th Century, this rich "Aristolochia" tapestry features wildlife amidst a proliferation of large leaves and foliage.

Silk Screened

VA143A FEUILLES D'ARISTOLOCHES (ARISTOLOCHIA LEAVES)

This tapestry was originally woven at Audenarde circa 1580, and now hangs in the Museum of Vienna, Austria.

Loom woven in Europe