Tapestry 'Southern bouquet' - Mille Fleurs Tapestries - Belgium - 1980-1989
Belgian and Bruges top quality with this tapestry depicting a southern flower bouquet from the quality house Mille Fleurs Tapestries. This is an independent company specialized in high-quality tapestries and related tapestry products. They carefully select the best weaving mills in Belgium and other European countries in order to always deliver a top product. Including the certificate of authenticity that this tapestry was made on a Jacquard loom by Belgian weavers (and finished by hand). A top product!
A jacquard loom is a weaving machine equipped with a jacquard mechanism. This device was invented in 1804 by Joseph-Marie Jacquard, based on some earlier inventions. The jacquard looms made it possible to machine complex patterns such as brocade and damask. The technique makes it possible to weave larger designs by means of the harness cords that cannot be executed with shafts (groups of warp threads), such as intricately decorated and floral fabrics.
Status report: in good condition
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