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Woven in France. Bouquet Exotique is Inspired from the work of Jan Frans van Dael (1764-1840). A flower and fruit bouquet is laid on a marble console amid an exotic garden. Also known as Exotic Bouquet.. 50% Wool, 40% cotton and 10% others. Backed

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Woven in Belgium. Bayeux/ The Battle is a Belgian made jacquard woven wall tapestry. This tapestry represents a part of the Norman army. This is a reproduction of a part of an 11th century tapestry now on display in the Museum of Bayeux, France.

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Woven in North America. From a painting/artwork of Walter Robertson.. 100% Cotton.. Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging..

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Woven in Belgium. Promenade I (left panel) is a jacquard wall tapestry, woven in Beguim. The original design comes from a series called La tenture de la Vie Seigneuriale, woven circa 1520 by Pieter van Aeist, a Flemish master weaver in Brussels and

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Woven in Belgium. Exotique is a Belgian jacquard wall tapestry depicting the pineapple harvest. From a set of ten tapestries called The History of the Chinese Emperor commissioned by Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, son of King Louis XIV, to the Beauvais

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Woven in North America. This bright wall art tapestry depicts an abstract European landscape. This tapestry is from a painting/artwork of Nancy O Toole. Tapestries off a unique accent to your home decor.. Nancy O Toole. 100% Cotton.. Backed with

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