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EARLY 18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON VERDURE TAPESTRY
With a tree in the centre on the bank of a body of water, behind which a castle stands on the banks.
In the foreground iris' grow and on the front left side sits a putti eating grapes.
With a double plain border on the top and bottom.
Woven in wool and silk, France c. 1700.
The tapestry is in country house condition with old repairs, parting and faded colour.

HEIGHT: 207 cm (81½")
WIDTH: 123 cm (48½")

£900

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