Monday, 20 April 2015


Unusual 18th century tapestry of figures bathing in a river below a village. As the weather improves get in the mood with this 18th century tapestry of bathing women…..

This is a selection of new arrivals  in the shop for April, the trees are coming into leaf and these wonderful verdure tapestries bring that feeling of tress and flowers into the house.
A Louis XV commode is shown in front of an early 18th century Brussels tapestry, the elegant gilt and patinated bronze candlesticks have entwined poppies and the large 18th century style lantern is decorated with acanthus leaves. 
Here the same Louis XV commode is shown on york stone flags in a dining room. The prints are 18th century of Toulon in the South of France in contemporary gilt wood frames. The figure in the centre is and early 18th century carved wood Spanish processional Virgin, with 19th century massive candlesticks in either side. See them all on our website.

Lucy the shop lurcher

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