Verdure with Deer and Shields tapestry
Verdure with Deer and Shields tapestry is from the Quest for the Holy Grail tapestries series designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. This one was to hang underneath The Summons tapestry at Stanmore Hall and was adapted by John Henry Dearle in 1900, woven by Morris & Co at Merton Abbey. The series was based on the 15th century tale Le Morte D’Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory. They were also called the San Graal tapestries and were originally woven in wool and silk on a cotton warp. They are now at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Like all our Arts and Crafts tapestries this is finely woven in France in 54% acrylic, 43% viscose, 2% polyamide and 1% polyester. It is lined, with a rod pocket for hanging. We supply instructions for easy tapestry wall-hanging with every order.
The Verdure with Deer and Shields tapestry is available in three sizes, the larger two being non-returnable. This version has the shields border; the tapestry is also available without the border. You can view this tapestry in the gallery of room settings.
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