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The colorful and charming deer in the forest surrounded by the shields that show the Coat of Arms of the Knights of the Round Table in King Arthur's court. Tapestry, Deer and Shields is number four of six panels that make up The Quest of The Holy Grail Series. Originally woven by Morris and Co in 1900 and hangs in the Birmingham museum. Artist Edward Burne Jones created the original designs for the William Morris and Company to weave this series into works-of-art.
This handsome Medieval wall hanging provides a representation of these men by their coat of arm displayed on the shields, of which some will say there were 12 brave knights and others up to 150. King Arthur's men were no ordinary group and held superhuman abilities and skills. Some of our most notable knights are Sir Lancelot, sir Galahad, Sir Boris, Sir Kay, Sir Goyette and Sir Bedivere.
46 inches wide by 26 inches high
68 inches wide by 40 inches high
92 inches wide by 53 inches high
Composition: 80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend.
Finish: Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Rod and tassels sold separately.
Primary Color: Green
Secondary Color: Beige
Product Care: Gently vacuum every 6 months. Dry clean only, when required.
Woven in Belgium
History: Verdure With Reindeer I is a European jacquard wall tapestry. The original tapestry was designed by Edward Burne Jones and woven by Morris & Co. It is one of the six panels illustrating the story of the Quest for the Holy Grail. This piece represents the arms of the Knights of the Round Table: Sir Gawaine, Lancelot, Hector, Perceval, Bors and Galahad among others. The original work is on display in the Birmingham museum.
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