‘LE SOIR’ 18TH CENTURY TAPESTRY AFTER JOSEPH VERNET Tapestry woven in wool and silk with female figures bathing by a river surrounded by rocks and trees. In the background is a village on a hillside. Surrounded by a border decorated with roses. Manufacture d’Aubusson, France c. 1775 HEIGHT: 247 cm (97¼”) WIDTH: 275 cm (108¼”)
Bring your living room or den to life with this stunning 18th-century tapestry panel depicting a goddess of plenty accompanied by a putto. The reverse lined with golden damask woven fabric is mounted in a carved gilt-wood frame carved in the Louis XVI style. Ideal for traditionally decorative styles.
EARLY 18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON MYTHOLOGICAL TAPESTRY ‘DIANA’ PROBABLY AFTER A CARTOON BY ISAAC MOILLON 18th century tapestry depicting a couple visiting the Roman goddess Diana in her temple. The couple in the foreground holding hands and dressed in traditional Roman attire, he in military uniform and she in a full length dress with a head dress. Diana seated high in her temple on the right hand side, seen with her traditional bow and arrow, and crescent moon headdress. Flowers and trees throughout
A late 18th Century Aubusson tapestry rug, that has antique restoration which is apparent over this Tapestry rug, which has been well preserved. On a linen backing, this wonderful floral patterned 200 year old Aubusson has refined leaves and flowers connecting around a charming small central medallion. The dyes from this period are faded due to the pieces age. A decorative wall hanging which could be used on the floor in low used areas such as a bedroom.
A very large French Aubusson tapestry made of wool and silk depicting possibly a landowner and a slave girl. The highly unusual scene is undoubtedly set on one of the Caribbean islands, and the landowner is teaching the slave girl how to graft a plant onto another plant. The foliage resembles coco trees and other West Indian plants, and in the distance to the right of the tapestry one can see small dwellings. We have been able to locate another exactly the same which hangs in the Chateau de Vall
18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON TAPESTRY AFTER J.B. PILLEMENT IN THE CHINOISERIE TASTE With an exotic bird in the foreground in front of a body of water with a boat. On the right hand side a parrot rests on a rock rising out of the ground. In the distance a pagoda stands on a hill at the top of a flight of stairs. With exotic flowering trees and foliage throughout. Reduced in size and woven with a yellow and brown patterned border in the Aubusson style. The tapestry is not backed, but is ready to be hung.
18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON TAPESTRY AFTER J.B. PILLEMENT IN THE CHINOISERIE TASTE Woven with a three sided blue and red patterned border decorated with twisting acanthus leaves and flowers. With an exotic bird in the foreground contemplating a pool of water, and a parrot perched on a rock nearby. In the distance a pagoda stands on a hill surrounded by other buildings. Exotic flowers throughout. Reduced in size, missing the lower border. France c, 1760. HEIGHT: 210 cm (82¾”) WIDTH: 309 cm (121¾”)
18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON TAPESTRY FRAGMENT Depicting a vase of flowers filled with roses, carnations, tulips and other specimens, below a garland of flowers hanging from a ribbon with an arrangement of musical instruments and sheet music. Flanked by two turned columns decorated with swags of flowers. Mounted on a stretcher with a single plain border in blue. France, c.1750 HEIGHT: 196 cm (77¼”) WIDTH: 107 cm (42½””)
18TH CENTURY AUBUSSON VERDURE TAPESTRY With an exotic bird wading in a pool of water. On the right hand side is a folly with a fountain, the water pouring from a mask down into the base which is shaped as a shell. In the distance is a faded pagoda, to the left a palm tree and to the right more fruit trees. A parrot is seated in one of the trees and another bird flies overhead. Surrounded by a deep red, dark blue and yellow border decorated with palmettes. Woven in wool and silk and signed undern
A pair of 18th Century style oak and tapestry armchairs. Each with a shaped back with an Aubusson style tapestry scene, with shaped arms and loose feather filled cushions. Raised on bobbin turned supports and stretchers. English circa 1920 in the 18th Century Style, Condition: This pair of chairs are in superb condition, the fabric is in good usable order
Rendered in a charming Aubusson style common in France during the 17th and 18th centuries, this vintage tapestry is made from a luxe combination of wool and silk fibers that form a serene country scene in soft shades of cream, green and beige. Curated by Jon Erin, it adds a unique heirloom look to any traditional décor.
‘DIANA AND HER BOW’ AUBUSSON TAPESTRY FRAGMENT, MID 18TH CENTURY Small Aubusson tapestry fragment depicting the Greek goddess of hunting, Diana, with her bow in a wooded landscape. With a single edged blue border, woven in wook and silk. France, c. 1760. .Mounted on a stretcher covered in linen. HEIGHT: 84.5 cm (33¼”) WIDTH: 79 cm (31″) DEPTH: 3 cm (1¼”)
AN 18TH CENTURY LOUIS XV AUBUSSON CHINOISERIE TAPESTRY AFTER DESIGNS BY FRANCOIS BOUCHER AND JEAN-JOSEPH DUMONS Depicting a scene from ‘La Tenture Chinoise’, La Volière, with a lady tending exotic birds by the side of a stretch of water and with exotic plants and flowers scattered around. A parasol is closed and on the ground to her right. Reduced in size with a plain blue border. The colours predominantly blues, greens, beige and red. Finely woven in wool and silk and fully backed in linen. Cir
Outstanding quality and rare 18th century Italian walnut plaque with original tapestry. The tapestry colorfully depicts Christ and angels, and flanked by hand-carved angelic figures resting upon floating clouds. Possessing a time worn patina that offers rich character and charm, circa 1740. 27h x 24w
Three-panel foldable room screen, each panel 17 ¾"W, upholstered in antique French 17/18th century hand made wool tapestry, central panel with multicolor design depicting a nobleman in period attire in woods, flanked with two panels with lush foliate motif with cartouches with masks; fabric trim and patinated brass nailhead outlines; canvas upholstered backs with decorative trim.
While only a single chair, this is a beautifully crafted chair in the finest Sheraton tradition. Note the magnificent carving on the crest, splat and chair stiles. Also, note the bowed front seat and the stop-fluted legs. It is upholstered in an old tapestry, which is in good condition. As a single hall chair or bedroom chair, this is a fabulous late 18th century chair with an old surface, probably first, in fine condition. As a single hall chair or bedroom chair, this is a fabulous late 18th ce