Woven in Flanders in the late 15th century. This famous tapestry now hangs in the Cluny museum in Paris.
Grapes Harvest is a Belgian wall tapestry.
The original tapestry was woven in Tournai in the 15th century and is now displayed at the Cluny Museum in Paris. The scene depicts the bustle of harvest time, exemplifying grape gathering and the wine press. It shows the two methods of pressing used in medieval times: pressing grapes with the feet, and pressing with the screw, to extract the juice, and then collected in wooden barrels.
This marvelous piece of history is completed by a Mille Fleurs background.
A fine accent to your home décor.