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Hand-woven French Gobelin Weave Tapestry
Newly made reproduction
Hand woven exactly as it was done centuries ago in France
100% New Zealand Wool
Fully lined and has a rod pocket at the top back for easy hanging
This auction includes:
Tapestry only. Rod and hanging hardware not included.
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All our tapestries are entirely made by hand
Hand Woven Vs Machine Woven Tapestries
The hand-woven tapestries are woven by skilled artisans one at a time. They are hand-crafted of 100% wool and tend to have a wide range of colors. They have a three-dimensional texture which gives them a unique character. In addition, they have subtle variations of specific colors, giving the design great detail. Whenever you come across a hand woven tapestry, you will know right away. They have a completely different look and feel to them when compared to the ones made by machines. The biggest problem that people have with a machine woven tapestry is that they normally will look flat because of the way that the stitching is with these types. The biggest benefit to a machine woven tapestry is the fact that the distributer can make many more at a time. This means that there is more selection and more inventory that you will have to choose from. And you will more than likely not have to pay as much. However, you will be losing some of the beauty and detailed designs that you can expect from a hand woven tapestry. Many people preferred to have a tapestry that was hand woven. It basically comes down to what it is that you want. Many people can tell the difference between a hand woven tapestry and a machine woven tapestry. However, some people cannot even tell the difference. Chenille tapestries and jacquard-woven tapestries are machine woven. You may easily tell a hand woven tapestry from a machine woven tapestry by looking at the hand craftmanship from the back of the tapestry. Compare them for yourself before deciding.
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