Our Tapestry collection was inspired by the “Audience of a Prince” tapestry, which is part of a suite of four European chinoiserie tapestries from the workshop of Judocus de Vos that depict imaginary interpretations of life in Asia. The tapestries feature magical scenes of exotic figures clothed in flowing robes and elaborate headdresses, fantastic animals, botanical studies, and purely imaginative flights of fancy. This suite of Flemish tapestries was commissioned for the Duke Leopold-Philippe d'Arenberg's residence in Brussels in 1717, when it was fashionable for wealthy Europeans to create rooms evoking an exotic, foreign atmosphere.
Materials: The Tapestry pendant is cast in hand patinated bronze with white freshwater pearls.
Measures: 21" - 23" L (adjustable), Pendant: 2.3" L