Quest for the Holy Grail tapestry – Only 1 left!
The Quest for the Holy Grail tapestry is available in one size only: 28″x41″ This tapestry as been discontinued by the weaver and we have only 1 tapestry left in stock . See tapestry description below.
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Quest for the Holy Grail tapestry
Edward Burne-Jones tapestries
The Quest for the Holy Grail tapestry, also known as The Arming and Departure of the Knights tapestry, is from the Quest for the Holy Grail tapestries series. These were designed by Edward Burne-Jones in 1895-6 and woven by Morris & Co at Merton Abbey. William Morris and John Henry Dearle also designed elements of the series, also known as the San Graal tapestries. It is exhibited now at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. On the left of the scene we see Queen Guinevere with Sir Lancelot, and one of the knights on the right is Sir Gawain.
The Quest for the Holy Grail tapestry is finely woven in France in rayon, acrylic and viscose and is lined, with a rod pocket – we enclose information about how to hang a tapestry with each order. It has been discontinued and only one size is left in stock – 28″ x 41″ – 1 piece left. Please note that the larger sizes of this tapestry, as shown in the photos, have been discontinued by the weaver.
Here is this tapestry in the Great Hall at Grail Springs Hotel, Bancroft, Ontario:
Below, The Arming and Departure of the Knights tapestry hangs in a home in Wisconsin suitably accompanying a suit of armour: