This jacquard wall tapestry is inspired from the work of Carle Vernet (1758- 1836), one of Napoleon's most prized artists.The emperor is seen, with his court, watching a stag in the Compiègne forest. It is woven in wool, silk or both, it is lined with a plain beige cotton fabric and has an integral sleeve for hanging. It comes with the "TISSAGE D'ART DE LYS" certificate.
All our tapestries are designed, woven and finished in our factory, in France.
3 compositions are available:
- 52% Wool 45% Cotton 3% Polyester (Traditional weaving)
- 27% Silk 40% Cotton 26% Wool (White silk thread bringing a luminous look)
- 53% Silk 43% Cotton 4% Polyester (White and black Silk threads provide a luminous look and more softness)
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|Style||Woven flanders tapestry|
|Product type||Wall hanging tapestry|
|Care||Dry clean only|
|Size (H x W)||
110 x 150 cm - 43" x 59"
lined - certificate
Wool & Cotton (traditional)
27% Silk, Coton and wool
53% Silk & Coton
9214 110X150B K
9214 110X150B W