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- This beautiful tapestry has been inspired by the Holy Grail tapestries series that was designed by Edward Burne-Jones and woven by Morris & Company. The series captures the romance of the pursuit of the Holy Grail. The Arming and Departure of the Knights tapestry is the second scene in the series and it depicts the ladies of King Arthur’s Court assisting the knights in preparation for their quest. On the far left of the tapestry, Queen Guinevere hands Sir Lancelot his shield and Sir Gawaine, who fails the quest, is mounted on the far right of the tapestry. A richly vibrant mille-fleur of golds, burgundies, greens and blues on a striking black background surround the figures. This tapestry also features an acanthus border. An exquisite and intricately decorated piece this reproduction Arming and Departure of the Knights tapestry will look stunning hanging in your home. Lined with cotton canvas with a tunnel sewn into the back for easy hanging. Measures 123cm x 166cm. There is an additional postage and packing charge for this item. We will contact you.