The Bayeux Tapestry banquet scene - Duke William of Normandy and his lords enjoy a banquet before the Battle Of Hastings in 1066. From the over 220 foot long embroidery this detail from the Bayeux Tapestry is woven in Belgium of a 72% cotton, 19% trevira and 9% wool weave which gives full and depth with good detailing. It is lined with a rod pocket for easy hanging. We also have it available in a shorter detail of this tapestry.
Here is a detail from the centre of this scene showing Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, blessing the meal:
Below, the Banquet at Pevensey from the Bayeux Tapestry hangs in a home in Oakland, California; an intriguing combination of Ancient and Modern which our customer described as "Still Life with Bayeux Tapestry and ElectroVoice Studio Monitors". She wrote a tapestry review on Google "The tapestry is lovely! (Banquet at Pevensey from the Bayeux Tapestry.) The delivery was swift, and all my interactions were helpful and cordial. My experience with Tapestry House was marvelous.".
Charlotte wrote to us, "The tapestry is just what the wall needed. It came quickly in perfect condition with instructions that guided me. For background information I am a 92 year old widow in an assisted living suite in greater Cleveland, Ohio.".
Today's reproductions of The Bayeux Tapestry are woven by several French and Belgian companies. Those listed below match the above tapestry having the same yarns and colour tones. This list is useful when hanging matching Bayeux tapestries together.
Bayeux Tapestry Battle
Mont St Michel
Banquet - Bayeux Tapestry
The Bayeux Tapestry banquet scene - Duke William of Normandy and his lords enjoy a banquet before the Battle Of Hastings in 1066. From the over 220 foot long embroidery this...MORE