european tapestries

European Tapestries could be wall hangings or arts that have past images of famous people, cities, wildlife.  European tapestries have come of age since the emergence of mankind.  European Tapestries are an ancient form of textile art which is still today considered an item used to convey class and style statement.  European tapestries are still made from the same natural materials as in old times, often with silk and gold threads woven into the design.  Home decoration with medieval European tapestries is the secret most home decorators are using to bring about elegance and extraordinary ambience to any home decoration approach.   But, it is important to learn a little about European Tapestries in order to appreciate them, and to show off to your guests, who are surely going to have many questions, possible dreaming of owning one of the European tapestries themselves.  We offer you high quality European tapestries at affordable discount prices.

The Aubusson Weave Tapestry Quality Standard:

Product Terms:
Name:anthentic handmade tapestry
Material: 100% NewZealand Wool
Foundation: cotton
Pile: Handwoven flat pile
Kpsi: 100 knots per square inch

Buying Progress Terms:
Customer:
1.Select your design & send us by mailto:customtapestries@gmail.com
2.Make the payment
3.Wait for the items to reach you

Our factroy:
1.check stock status for you
2.Ship within 3 days upon payment
3.Email you the shipping information,Track daily together

Our Main Iterm As Follows:

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