Add some opulence to your home with this magnificent tapestry.
This real work of art can be hung in any room and not only impress but with this tapestry's intricate design you will always find something new to ponder over for many years.
This scene is inspired by the late middle ages when the son of a noble would serve first as page, then as squire, before being made a knight. Edmund Blair Leighton - born September 21, 1853 - died September 1, 1922 was a British painter, while not an official member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, he is often associated with the Pre-Raphaelites and Romantic styles of painting. His popularity today remains strong and his timeless scenes sought after in reproductions. Adds warmth and depth to any interior design.
- Tapestries are fully lined
Measurements: 80 x 100cm (all sizes are approximate, as the tapestry panels may vary slightly after finishing)
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