William Morris TapestriesClassic tapestries from the Arts & Crafts era. The traditional technique of weaving tapestries was revived in England in the last quarter of the 19th Century, many tapestries being produced by the firm of Morris & Co at Merton Abbey, Surrey. Discover the Range
Medieval Mille-Fleurs TapestriesDistinctive tapestries inspired by 15th century scenes from everyday life.
Artist TapestriesTapestries woven from famous paintings by artists including Monet, Klimt and Pejman.
Norman & Medieval TapestriesIn the Middle Ages, tapestries were usually commissioned by royalty or nobility and depicted important events or activities.
Lady with the Unicorn TapestriesNow hanging in the Cluny Museum in Paris, these classic tapestries are some of the world's most famous.