The Knight of Montacute Tapestry
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A striking wall tapestry depicting a Knight who has been identified as Jean de Daillor Seigneur du Lude [d1482] and Governor of the Dauphine coat of arms.
This makes for an impressive and timeless wall hanging in any home that is sure to spark conversation amongst those who see it.
The tapestry was commissioned as a gift from the city of Tornai in repayment for 'certain kindness'. The first official records date it from April 1481. In December 1482 the Tournai archives show receipt of letters from his widow, asking that the tapestry to be handed over to Pasquier Grenier on behalf of herself and her children. Delivery was finally made in 1483 when the Bishop of Sens, brother of the widow, made a visit to Tournai and took possession of the tapestry for his sister.
No similar tapestries of a knight on horseback survive and it is impossible to estimate how many there may have once been.
- Tapestries are fully lined
- Availabe in Small and Large
Measurements: Approx. Small 60 x 65cm, Large 85 x 110cm(including loops)
Please note this item incurs an additional £12 delivery fee due to the nature and weight of the item.
Delivery is direct from the supplier and may take up to 3-5 working days for orders within the UK and 7-10 working days outside the UK. Please note that other purchases made in the same transaction from our online shop will be delivered separately as per our normal delivery times.