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This genuine Jules Pansu tapestry Dame A L'Orgue is a reproduction of the original in the Cluny Museum, circa 1512. The Unicorn tapestries were given to Claude de Viste by Jean de Chabanne as an engagement present. The lion and the unicorn holding the coats of arms are an emblem of strength on one hand, purity on the other. These two animals symbolize the engagement of the bride & groom. The organ represents one of the five senses: hearing.
Jacquard woven in France
Backed with lining
Rod tunnel for easy hanging
62% Wool 21% Cotton 11% Viscose, 6% Polyester
Available in 3 sizes
W 44" x H 36"/W 60" x H 50"/W 94" x H 70"