Thursday, 11 December 2014

FROM LARGE TO SMALL 8 TAPESTRIES TO DECORATE YOUR WALLS

As the first frosts appear in the mornings, and Christmas is only just over two weeks away what better time than to combine a little luxury decorating with the Christmas preparations.

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Only six feet (183 cm) high this small Brussels tapestry has warm reds and greens and dates from the 1760's

The Rape Of A Sabine' 18th Century Tapestry from Julia Boston Antiques

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With a wonderful decorative border this mid 18th century French 'Verdure' Tapestry is just over 8 feet tall and only just over 4 feet wide.
tapestry

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If you want large and impressive this 17th century tapestry of Psyche and Cupid with a magnificent border would fit the bill. Measuring 11 feet high by just over 8 feet wide with strong blues and reds.
tapestry

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This 18th century Aubusson tapestry only 6 feet square with a dark blue border is perfect for a smaller space.
aubusson

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For a large wall this beautiful 17th century Brussels tapestry with fresh colours, a very fine weave, and a highly decorative floral border, it is just over 10 feet high by 10 and a half feet wide.
Brussel's tapestry of Jupiter and Io

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This English Mortlake Tapestry of Apollo dates from the late 17th early 18th century. Finely woven with strong reds, blues and greens and measuring 10 feet by 8 foot six inches.


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For lower ceilings this magical Louis XIV Aubusson tapestry with a procession of figures in a wooded landscape is only 7 foot 6 inches high.
louis xiv tapestry

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For more muted tones this simple 18th century French Aubusson tapestry with the arms of a pre-revolutionary family and the date 1738 is the perfect country house decoration.
18th century Aubusson tapestry with coat of arms

All of these tapestries and more can be seen on our website.

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