Bayeux Tapestry Battle


The Bayeux Tapestry Battle is woven in two sizes: 18″x43″ US$160, and 27″x65″ US$360 reduced to US$319. See tapestry description below.

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Tapestry Description

Bayeux Tapestry Battle

Hastings 1066

The Bayeux Tapestry Battle scene is a central portion of the 11th century Bayeux Tapestry showing the Battle of Hastings in 1066. We see Duke William’s victorious Normans defeating the Saxons led by King Harold. The original embroidery of over 220′ long is on display in Bayeux, France.

This part of the the medieval Bayeux Tapestry is woven in France in 100% cotton. It is lined, with a rod pocket for easy hanging. We supply instructions for hanging tapestries with every order.

We are overstocked on the larger size of this tapestry so it is on sale while overstocks last: reduced from US$360 to US$319.

Four weavers, in France and Belgium, weave details from this immense masterpiece. These three below from a French company have the same colouring tones and yarn composition, aiding their pairing.