The Angel’s Cloak tablecloth


The Angel’s Cloak tablecloth is woven in one size 57″x57″: without a rod pocket US$250 or with a rod pocket US$280

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Tapestry Description

The Angel’s Cloak tablecloth

Apocalypse tapestries, Angers

The Angel’s Cloak tablecloth is a detail from the Apocalyse Tapestries at Angers woven in the late 14th century. During the French Revolution the tapestries were cut up and dispersed. Portions of 71 of the 90 scenes were found in 1848 and restored. They are now in a gallery at the Chateau d’Angers.

Today this tablecloth shows a detail of one of these Apocalyse tapestries, woven in France in 95% cotton and unlined with finished edges, sometimes used as a throw. Alternatively, it can be ordered with a rod pocket for use as a wall hanging. Though medieval in origin it has a contemporary look.

Apocalypse tapestries - medieval tablecloth or throw