Tapestry Château Bellevue (large)
This jacquard wall tapestry is inspired by the "Tentures des Maisons Royales", set of 12 tapestries w
oven at the Gobelins towards the end of the XVIIth century for Louis the XIVth. It represents a typical XVIIth century castle in an august landscape ans is woven either 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. (Also available without human representation-contact us)
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)