La Prise de Lille French Tapestry, 58"x86"Item #:
This Flemish wall tapestry depicts the taking of the town of Lille in 1667. It is one of fourteen tapestries illustrating the wars of Louis XIV, called l'Histoire du Roi, or the Story of the King, woven at the Gobelins during the second half of the 17th century. This small extract with added border represents when Lille was taken over by the Spanish on the 28th of august 1667.
This finely crafted wall tapestry is made in France by skilled artisans, using Jacquard looms and high quality textiles.
Finials and hanging rods sold separately
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Each tapestry begins with a carefully designed color matrix that replicates classic masterpieces or imbues inspiration from modern designs.
Flat woven techniques add precision and detail to every design
6 Miles of Thread
Heavyweight yarns provide excellent sound absorption
Sturdy Pocket Rod
Built-in pocket offer easy and secure hanging for any size tapestry
Hand Finished Lining
Maintains structure and shape for timeless quality