Buildings, Castles & Villages

Classic Tapestries has many beautiful Buildings, Castles and Village designs available. Not all are available for viewing on the website. We welcome enquiries. Please contact us for further designs.

R4022 CHATEAU ROYAL

From a series featuring French royal palaces. The original tapestry was woven at the Gobelins workshops. Loom woven.

R4026 PALACE OF MONCEAUX

This hand woven tapestry shows the palace in winter and was originally woven in the 17th Century at the Royal Gobelins Workshops. This is a magnificent hand woven tapestry.

R4027 THE ROYAL PALACE

This hand woven tapestry, now at the Museum of Pau in France, shows the Chateau of Versailles in spring. Hand woven.

CH1031 PROCESSION FROM CAMELOT

A maytime procession leaves from Camelot. Available with or without hanging loops. 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

CH1038 KING ARTHUR AT CAMELOT

Newly crowned, King Arthur, carrying his sword enters his castle at Camelot. Loom woven

CH1041 JOUST AT CAMELOT

Outside the walls of Camelot a jousting tournament is held. Hanging loops are available for this tapestry. Loom woven

CH1042 SPRINGTIME AT CAMELOT

The King and Queen ride out in a noble springtime procession. Loom woven

CH1049 HISTORY OF KING ARTHUR (BORDER)

A tapestry depicting the legend of King Arthur from Camelot to Avalon. Loom woven

NM2071 LEAVING FOR THE HUNT (DEPART DE CHASSE)

Reproduction of a 16th Century tapestry showing mounted noblemen leaving the castle on a falconing expedition. Originally woven in the Loire Valley in the 16th Century. Loom woven

NM2076 LA PROMENADE (THE OUTING)

A tapestry showing a Duke riding with a richly dressed lady from the Middle Ages,with a castle and village in the background. Loom woven

R4019 CHATEAU DE CHAMBORD

This tapestry shows the renaissance chateau at Chambord in the Loire Valley. Woven as one of a series of Les Maisons Royales in the 17th century.

Loom woven in French Flanders.

48% wool, 52% cotton

 

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

NM2084 GHENT MAKETPLACE

A market town from the middle ages. The full scene is revealed in the largest size, two thirds is depicted in the next size and one third in the smallest size. The design is read from left to right. Loom woven

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