Flemish 18th century, circa 1750, tapestry fragment of a hunter in a verdure forest the hunter is dressed in a simple pullover frock and is draped with a red cloth. Hes carrying a bird in one hand and has a spear in the other and a knife on his side. This hanging has a later tapestry addition across the top of birds, foliage and quivers. Fully lined with older linen on the backside and edged. A tag on the back that reads: Ce tapis a ete nettoye et repare dans les ateliers de G.
Babikian 23 Rue Le Peletier Paris translates to: This mat has been cleaned and repaired in the workshops of Farther research on G. Babikian says he was in business in the early 1900's. This hanging has been woven with both silk and wool. Ancient restorations consistent with age. If you would like to track or insure your package extra charges will apply.The item "Flemish 18th Century Tapestry Wall Hanging of A Hunter in The Forest" is in sale since Thursday, October 08, 2015. This item is in the category "Antiques\Linens & Textiles (Pre-1930)\Tapestries". The seller is "faded-visions" and is located in Peterborough, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.