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.