Probably from Beauvais, a tapestry-weaving center second only to the Royal Gobelins workshop in Paris in regards to its artistic and technical level. The old ivory ground displays a quasi-Rococo asymmetric pattern based below on a vase overflowing with grape bunches, plums, roses, and other fruits and flowers. Swags have ng across and along each side near the top, And a narrow bar carries acanthus volutes, top-end grape clusters, and lower corner arabesque cartouches. A pair of pigeons perches along the upper square fret bar. Good condition.