Le Chevalier French Tapestry
The original Tapestry, Le Chevalier, wall hanging was woven towards the end of the 15th century in Arras, which is in Flanders and is housed in the Montecut House in Somerset, England. The Knight carries the Wolf Banner which is the Royal Coat of Arms of Jean de Daillon, who was one of the advisor's to France's Louis Xl. This is a very famous work-of-art and may be shown proudly as sophisticated and stylish wall decor.
Sizes and Weight:
28 inches wide by 38 inches tall - 3 pounds
42 inches wide by 57.5 inches tall - 3 pounds
58 inches wide by 78 inches tall - 4 pounds
Primary colors: Black, Blue
Secondary Colors: Blue, Beige, Green, Red, Cream
Material: 50% Wool - 40% Cotton - 10% others.
Woven in France
Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Gently vacuum or dry clean as needed.
History: The original of this jacquard loom woven wall tapestry, Le Chevalier, or The Knight, was woven in Arras (Flanders) at the end of the 15th century and now resides in the Montecut House in Great-Britain. The tapestry represents the knight Jean de Daillon, bearing the wolf banner, on a floral background. Jean de Daillon was officer and adviser to France's King Charles, the VIII. Being with Joan of Arc when taking Orleans made his fame.
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Rod and tassels not included.