Designed from a set of six tapestries depicting the five senses, the sixth commonly considered to be a declaration of love. Commissioned by Jean Leviste and woven by Willem de Pannemaker in the early 16th century. Now housed in the Cluny Museum, Paris. This is a brand new woven reproduction!
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I recently bought our second tapestry from Quality Tapestries. I was not disappointed! The tapestry is good quality. We enjoy the warmth the tapestries add to our bedroom, and the affordable price allows us to change décor with the seasons. I find the web site easy to use, and have several tapestries on my wish list.Denver, CO
Ordered two tapestries and both were perfect. I had a question for customer service and they were beyond helpful. I've never had better customer service. All of their products were excellent! I am now a loyal customer.Oceanside, CA
Beautiful tapestry that brightened our room. Well made. Any concerns or questions were promptly and fully answered. Good customer service. Would use the company again.Wantagh, NY
I have ordered tapestries and rods from Quality Tapestries over the years and have always been very pleased. They have a great assortment of tapestries, and provide exceptional customer service. They are always my first choice.Napa, CA
I've ordered five tapestries so far, all beautiful quality. The website is a dream, the ordering process painless. Each tapestry arrived well packaged and undamaged. I wouldn't hesitate to order again or to recommend this company to my clients and friends.Ontario, Canada
This company makes STUNNING tapestries to order. It may take a couple of weeks, but the wait is TOTALLY worth it. The quality is absolutely amazing. I own several antique tapestries, and the quality of these rivals any one of them.Spring, TX