Acanthus and Vine

Acanthus and Vine tapestry - William Morris

The Acanthus and Vine tapestry is especially significant being the first William Morris tapestry. He experimented on it on a tapestry loom in his bedroom at Hammersmith in 1879. It is now at Kelmscott Manor where he later lived. This fine French tapestry is woven by Jules Pansu and is lined and has a rod pocket. We enclose information about how to hang a tapestry with your order. *Please note that the largest size is non-returnable.

The upper photo shows the small size with slightly tighter detailing, eg compare the beak of the central bird to the lower photo of a larger size.

William Morris tapestries

Below is the William Morris Acanthus and Vine tapestry hanging in a bedroom of Roger and Sue in New South Wales. They wrote a Google Review: "Martin was very friendly and helpful: we were buying from Australia so wanted to be comfortable with the supplier.
Although the tapestry we ordered took longer than expected to be delivered from France to the Tapestry house, we were kept informed. As soon as it arrived in Canada it was couriered to us and arrived, well packed and documented, in about five days. The credit card was not debited until Martin had shipped the item to us.
Would undoubtedly buy from the Tapestry house again.
" Scroll down further for size, price and ordering information of these William Morris tapestries.

William Morris Acanthus and Vine tapestry in a bedroom

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Acanthus and Vine

AC018PA

$265.00

The Acanthus and Vine tapestry is especially significant being the first William Morris tapestry. He experimented on it on a tapestry loom in his bedroom at Hammersmith in 1879....MORE

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