|Woven In:||Woven in Belgium|
|History:||Medieval Hearing woven European tapestry cushion cover features one of the scenes from the "Lady and the Unicorn" series of Belgian tapestries. The Lady is seen here playing the pipe organ, in this celebration of the sense of hearing and sound. Originally from the medieval period of France, this work is a detail from the tapestry discovered in 1841, originally commissioned by the La Viste family.|
|Composition:||80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend.|
|Finish:||Backed with lining and zipper. Infill not included.|
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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