Ladies of Camelot

Ladies of Camelot tapestry

The Ladies of Camelot tapestry is one of a series called The Quest of the Holy Grail designed in the 1890's by Morris & Co. The series was inspired by Malory's famous poem Morte d'Arthur. Designed by Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris and John Henry Dearle between 1892 and 1895. This tapestry, correctly titled Les Dames de Camelot, was the second in the series, and we see the ladies of the court gathered to bid their farewell to the Knights of the Round Table.

The Ladies of Camelot tapestry is one half of the full tapestry The Departure of the Knights. You can also select the other half, The Knights, which forms a fine matching pair of tapestres, as below. Lastly, a much smaller version of the full tapestry is available but without the border and in a less fine weave.

These Morris & Co tapestries are now woven by Jules Pansu in France.  They are lined, with a tunnel for ease of hanging - we supply tapestry hanging information with your order. Please note that the largest size is non-returnable.

Morris & Co tapestries - Ladies of Camelot tapestry

 

Ladies of Camelot

AC089PA

$505.00

The Ladies of Camelot tapestry is one of a series called The Quest of the Holy Grail designed in the 1890's by Morris & Co. The series was inspired by Malory's famous poem...MORE

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