Acanthus wall tapestry
The Acanthus wall tapestry is finely woven in France in 95% cotton. It is not strictly a William Morris tapestry but was designed in 1890 by his principal tapestry weaver John Henry Dearle, originally being an embroidered silk door curtain, a portiere. In this photo we see it hanging above a Gothic Revival library table on which lies a William Morris design of table runner.
The tapestry is lined, with a rod pocket, and is available in three sizes: