"Mont St Michel" Bayeux tapestry

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Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry created in the 11th century which retraces the history of the conquest of England by William the Conqueror. Some scenes talk about french monuments such as the famous Mont Saint Michel. The inscription "HIC VVILLEM : DVX : ЄT ЄXЄRCITVS : EIVS : VЄNЄRVNT ADMONTЄ MIChAЄLIS" means that the Duke Guillaume and his army are about to arrive at Mont (St) Michel".

Each tapestry is woven on true original Jacquard looms and delivered lined and ready to hang up on wall. A certificate of authenticity is affixed on the back.

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Tissage La Vallière
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Weaving stitch
Jacquard loom from La Valliere
Medieval - Bayeux Tapestry
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The La Vallière weaving workshop offers tapestries weaved on true original Jacquard looms with the guarantee of the highest quality:

- Craftmen’s know-how: mixed textures of selected natural threads associated to a range of sophisticated and adapted weaving points, for an unequalled relief in the Art of tapestry. The tapestries are very dense and heavy of materials. 

- The use of noble materials: which gives tapestries a matt aspect because weaved with natural fibers: cotton, viscose which is a fiber stemming from wood, and wool which confers them softness and heat. 

- The choice of the produced models: a range of traditional quality models but also a will of creation by adapting numerous originally painted masterpieces.

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