This Flemish wall tapestry is extracted from a set of 14 tapestries called "l'Histoire du roi" (the story of the king) woven at the Gobelins during the second half of the XVIIth century. It represents when Lille was taken from the Spanish Netherlands on the 28th of august 1667 and it is woven in wool, silk or both, it is lined with a plain beige cotton fabric and has an integral sleeve for hanging.
ABOUT OUR TAPESTRIES
Our tapestries are made by a century-old company in Europe. The weaving method is an exceptional expertise inherited from the Middle Ages that is recognised all around the world. They are made by a weaving machine using the highest quality cotton to be admired for decades and to become a legacy for future generations. The tapestries are finished on a loom by professional hands caring for details.
Our wall hangings are popular among art lovers and interior designers: they elevate our personal space by adding charm and coziness to our homes. Whether they are in a vintage or modern style room, they catch everyone’s attention with their bold colours and distinctive patterns.
You can be creative when hanging your tapestry, read our blog post about tapestry hanging. Here are some examples for the best look:
You should never wash any tapestry in a washing machine. We recommend only dry cleaning or dusting. Click here to learn more about tapestry cleaning.
MaterialWool (53% wool, 38% Egyptian cotton, 7% polyester and 2% polyamide), Silk (51% silk, 46% Egyptian cotton, 3% polyester) or a Wool-silk combination (40% Egyptian cotton, 27% silk, 26% wool, and 7% polyester)