William Morris Holy Grail Tapestry - Knights of the Round Table


Originally commissioned by millionaire W.K. D'Arcy, "The Round Table" tapestry is officially known as The Knights of the Round Table Summoned to the Quest by a Strange Damsel. It is the first in a series of six tapestry panels illustrating The Holy Grail that was produced by the famed Morris & Co. just before the turn of the 20th Century. The original of this particular tapestry was designed by Edward Burne-Jones in 1895-96 and is an excellent example of the artistry of the Arts & Crafts Movement. One of the originals of this tapestry hangs at the Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery in England. Our version is true to the original in color, texture and weaves. The tapestry is lined and has a tunnel for easy hanging.

Woven on a Jacquard loom by Master weavers

Please Note:

Fabrics by their nature are flexible, during storage, humidity and temperature may occasionally affect their shape and also cause creasing. To help a tapestry hang better we recommend using a dry iron on a 'Cotton' setting. Lightly iron the tapestry from the centre towards the edges [on the face]. In very extreme cases the Tapestry can be stretched by pulling the panel gently by hand, diagonally.

Wall tapestries are woven works of art with texture not found in any other art form. The combination of the thread colors and weaves creates a unique art experience. This tapestry is woven on jacquard loom, fully lined and finished with two rod pockets on the backside so you can hang it easily.

Size 25 inches H x 54 inches W (65cm x 138cm)
Weight 1.5 pounds (0.7KG)

Materials 100% Cotton

Additional Info Dry clean only

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