Tapestry La prise de Lille, without border9069
This flemish wall tapestry is extracted from a set of 14 tapestries called "l'Histoire du roi" (the story of the king) woven at the Gobelins during the second half of the XVIIth century. This small extract with added border represents when Lille was taken over spanish on the 28th of august 1667 and 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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|Product type||Wall hanging tapestry|
|Size (H x W)|| 200 x 300 cm - 79" x 118"|
|Finishing|| lined with added border - certificate|
|Material available|| Wool & Cotton (traditional)|
27% Silk, Coton and wool
53% Silk & Coton