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Allegorical Flemish Tapestry with Golden ‘Oniochoe’ c.1650


Regular price £6,800.00
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An incredibly beautiful early to mid 1600s Flemish Tapestry. Depicting a trio of female figures sharing fruits and wine from a golden ‘oniochoe’ (or wine jug) within a forested landscape with abundant foliage and fauna. The tapestry is full symbolism and metaphor, and was probably part of a much larger tapestry originally. Made from wool and silk threads.

  • Width: 145 cm (57.09″)
  • Height: 212 cm (83.46″)
  • Depth: 2 cm (0.79″)