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Late 17th /Early 18th Century French Aubusson Tapestry

A late 17th / early 18th century French Aubusson tapestry in wool and silk of good proportions.
A central pond serves as a paddling pool for a group of aquatic birds. The scene unfolds under the gaze of a parrot on the branch of an old oak tree. A lush undergrowth decorates the bank where three small birds peck at thistle flowers, with houses in the background.
Scalloped borders, vases and multicoloured floral arrangements.
Maintenance restorations.


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Late 17th/ Early 18th Century Aubusson (France)


Height: 260cm (102.4 inches)
Width: 240cm (94.5 inches)

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