Woolworkers tapestry

Woolworkers tapestry - mille fleurs tapestries

Woolworkers tapestry is typical of 15th century French tapestries. The mille fleurs (thousand flowers) background was commonly used by medieval weavers in the Loire valley. We see carding and shearing in this pastoral scene. This medieval tapestry is now woven in France in two sizes, available with or without the deep blue border. It is lined and has a rod pocket for easy hanging - we provide tapestry hanging information with each order.

Please note that the above image shows the larger size which has a dark blue tapestry. The smaller size has a slightly lighter colour for the central tapestry although the border is unchanged.

Steve sent us this photo of his Woolworkers tapestry hanging in his home in South Wales. He wrote "We are delighted with it and it really sets off the room of our victorian home.":

Woolworkers tapestry - French mille-fleurs tapestries

Woolworkers tapestry

ME162AL

$175.00

Woolworkers tapestry is typical of 15th century French tapestries. The mille fleurs (thousand flowers) background was commonly used by medieval weavers in the Loire valley....MORE

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