Opulent rich coloration in the c.1600s-1700s Verdure woven tapestry panels you see here, made up into sofa or throw pillows. A simple color-match trim on each of the 19" x 15.5" (approximately) rectangular pillows borders them but lets the focal point be the old hand-dyed wools and silks of the original loom-worked yarns. Likely salvaged from border of massive wall-covering tapestries, there is not a bit of odor, no mustiness, they're clean as can be and will be a thrill to use in your decor. Directly in from a fine Paris estate. You are buying the pair, together, just as you see them. They're in very nice condition, professionally cared for, there are no holes or places that you'd need to take a needle and thread to. Just gorgeous, aren't they?
Very good to excellent condition for age and type, these have been beautifully crafted in c.1650-1720s, are Flemish Verdure panels of mostly wool yarns. Fabulous palette of naturally dyed, hand dyed and spun wool. Backings put on within past 20 years or so from the trim, and turned into elegant accent pillows. Good sized, over 19" x 15.5" each one. The fill is not down on this pair, but is probably a cotton batting. They don't have zipper, or I'd replace with down-filled, but they're wonderful as they are. Some substance to them for back support if you wish. Tough to find tapestry panels in such good clean condition. Two pillows, the set.
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