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Early Flemish Tapestry Fragment

Early Flemish Tapestry Fragment

reference:  6955

Early Flemish tapestry fragment dating to about 1600.

Almost certainly taken from the same tapestry as two other fragments on this website, see http://www.christopherleggeorientalcarpets.com/products/view/flemish-tapestry-fragment-2/

and http://www.christopherleggeorientalcarpets.com/products/view/flemish-tapestry-fragment/

, this panel is again held in an elegant colour scheme of subtle yellows, greens and blues and a trace of red.

The centre piece is formed by a decorative arrangement of flowers in a vase, flanked to the top and the bottom by a human figure. The figure at the top wears a plumed helmet in the manner of a knight.

Tapestry weave in wool and silk, with some repairs.

The panel is bordered by a modern hand woven galon.

£1,250

dimensions:  
194 x 51 cm