Two extremely rare early 18th century English Tapestries after David Teniers.
Finely woven using silk and wool in the renowned Soho factory in London, circa 1720.

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  • Rare Early 18th Century English Soho Tapestry #163

    315 × 231 cm

    £75,000

  • ABOVE: “La Kermesse or Village Fete”

    The colourful scene consists of country folk carousing at a table and dancing to a bagpiper standing on a tub, outside an Inn.
    Additional figures include a woman holding a man waving his cap and a running dog.
    The surround is a narrow plain picture frame border.

    Dimensions: 315cm / 10’4” wide x 215cm / 7’6” high

     

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  • Rare Antique English Soho Tapestry #238

    358 × 262 cm

    £75,000

  • “The Return from the Harvest”

    The joyful scene depicts a farmer astride his donkey, wine glass in hand returning from the fields where scything continues.
    A couple are seated on the ground beside him with a dancing couple leading the way and a bagpiper playing to other dancers.
    A floral narrow border surrounds the celebrations.

    Dimensions: 358cm / 11’8’ wide x 262cm / 8’7” high