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Silk-screened tapestries

These are also called serigraphic tapestries.

Those are painted images of the original tapestry reproduced on irregularly woven fabric (wool, cotton or linen). The tapestry has an authentic look.

Considerable labor is required with this semi-mechanical process, including hand painting to finish the details. Their main quality, as compared to woven tapestries, is their antique, faded appearance, and their availability in large to very large (palace) sizes. They have the 'look' and 'visual' texture of many original tapestries hanging in museums today.

Mille Fleurs Tapestries - Wollestraat 18 - 8000 Brugge - Belgium
T. +32(0)50 34 54 54 - F. +32(0)50 34 55 31
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