Based on an original tapestry designed by Charles Le Brun for Louis XIV and delivered to Versailles on October 27, 1717, Portiere du Char de Triomphe contains many important ancient symbols. The Sun: King Louis XIV’ personal symbol and symbol of Greek Sun god, Apollo. - Balance Sales: Symbol of truth and justice - Cornucopias: Symbol of abundance - Palm branches: Symbol of Victory - Armors: Symbols of War - Chariot: Symbol of Triumph - Snake: Symbol of civil wars, rebellion against the King - Cartouche (blue) bearing the arms of France and Navarre (red). In addition to the 100% cotton version, this wall tapestry is also available with wool infusion in two sizes; 2293-WH/ 37X53, 2247-WH/ 53x70, as well as a pillow, 2247-P/17X17.
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