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Woven in Belgium. Jessica Blue is a Belgian made jacquard wall tapestry. The inspiration for this portière came from decorated wooden panels attributed to Rembrandt. The original tapestry work was woven in St. Petersbury, Russia in the mid 19th

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Woven in Belgium. Jessica Blue is a Belgian made jacquard wall tapestry. The inspiration for this portière came from decorated wooden panels attributed to Rembrandt. The original tapestry work was woven in St. Petersbury, Russia in the mid 19th

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Woven in Belgium. Stone Yellow is a Belgian jacquard wall tapestry.. A: Cotton and viscose blend. Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.

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Woven in Belgium. Neuschwanstein Castle is a Belgium jacquard wall tapestry. Schloss Neuschwanstein in German, or New Swanstone Castle in English, is a nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill near Füssen in southwest Bavaria,

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Woven in Belgium. Neuschwanstein Castle is a Belgium jacquard wall tapestry. Schloss Neuschwanstein in German, or New Swanstone Castle in English, is a nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill near Füssen in southwest Bavaria,

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Woven in Belgium. A Time To Dream is a jacquard woven Belgian tapestry portraying the work of Simon Bull. A close view of an exquisitely detailed flower, this work exudes a sophisticated color palette of green and white, and subtler reds and blues.

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