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Guillaume Le Floc'h auctioneer in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal sold an 18th century Aubusson tapestry, on the 20th December in Drouot.» Read more
Sequana auctioneer in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal will auction a French 18th century Aubusson tapestry, on Saturday 14th October in Rouen.» Read more
Guillaume Le Floc'h auctioneer in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal auctioned a amazing Flemish tapestry from Audenarde from the Jacqueline Boccador collection the 9th June in Drouot.» Read more
Aguttes auctioneer in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal Authenticite auctioned a fin French Gobelins tapestry.» Read more
Philocale auctioneer in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal Authenticite will auction on the 01 April near Chambery, a 16th century tapestry.» Read more
On October 31 at Le Raincy (near Paris), Touati-Duffaud auctioneer, assisted by our specialists, will auction a rare set of tapestries of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, one of Brussels and two woven in Aubusson. One of these tapestries covers a highly symbolic theme since the late Middle Ages: the bear» Read more
Main item from the triptych forming "the French coat" and whose 3-piece suit will be the last incarnation, the vest is a piece of menswear that it is not uncommon to discover in the trunk of old costumes and in auction.» Read more
Well known from the textile specialist, Heloise Leloir was one of the main drawers of fashion under Napoleon III.» Read more
At the beginning of each tapestry, there is first the command of a subject, but then many talented artists and artisans interact.» Read more
After the golden age of Brussels tapestry in the XVI th SUP> century, Flanders will be gradually overtaken by France and the spirit of the tapestry will evolve, becoming closer of painting ...
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For centuries, european tapestries covered the walls of castles and royal residences in order to both functional and decorative. They are woven in wool, silk and sometimes silver or gold.» Read more