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Splendid
An orange crate label for Splendid brand oranges. Inside an ornate gold frame are large oranges with glossy green leaves and white blossoms. Behind them are sunlit mountains and orderly orange groves. See UNK005-T for a version of the chart without the brand name. (about 1915)
Splendid (without text)
Based on an orange crate label for Splendid brand oranges. Inside an ornate gold frame are large oranges with glossy green leaves and white blossoms. Behind them are sunlit mountains and orderly orange groves. See UNK005 for a chart of the original label with the brand name. (about 1915)
Mixed Petunias
Packet of mixed petunia seeds showing a nosegay of petunias
Fruit Crate Label
Label for a fruit crate showing grapes, pear, plums, and peach
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Taste (smaller)
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of taste is indicated by the lady taking a piece of candy from a large dish offered by her kneeling maid. The lady, dressed in an elaborate brocade gown, has a falcon perched on her finger. On each side, a prancing unicorn and lion carry banners and are also wearing capes with the same heraldic design. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, and various birds and animals animals including rabbits, dogs, wildcats, sheep, monkeys, and goats. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.

We also offer Sense of Hearing, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK008a for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Taste
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of taste is indicated by the lady taking a piece of candy from a large dish offered by her kneeling maid. The lady, dressed in an elaborate brocade gown, has a falcon perched on her finger. On each side, a prancing unicorn and lion carry banners and are also wearing capes with the same heraldic design. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, and various birds and animals animals including rabbits, dogs, wildcats, sheep, monkeys, and goats. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.

We also offer Sense of Hearing, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK008-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Hearing
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of hearing is indicated with the lady playing a small pipe organ which rests on a brocade-covered table while her maid operates the bellows. On each side are a lion and unicorn holding lances with banners at the tips. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, grouse, dogs, and foxes. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK011-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Hearing (smaller)
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of hearing is indicated with the lady playing a small pipe organ which rests on a brocade-covered table while her maid operates the bellows. On each side are a lion and unicorn holding lances with banners at the tips. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, grouse, dogs, and foxes. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK011 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: A Mon Seul Desir
The last of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The text on the tent means "To My One Desire". The lady is placing a jeweled collar which she wears in the other tapestries into a casket held by her maidservant. This may represent a refusal of temptation or the renunciation of the sensual life illustrated in the other tapestries. The lady's lapdog sits on a cushion on a bench, and a monkey is at her feet. A lion and unicorn hold open the flaps of the tent and carry lances with banners at the tips. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, hounds, a goat, and a lamb, and a flying hawk and crane. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and Sense of Hearing. See UNK014-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Cluny Tapestry Rabbit
A detail from one of the Cluny Lady with Unicorn tapestries showing a charming little rabbit on a red ground surrounded by pansies and forget-me-nots. See UNK014-DB for a version in which the background is not stitched, or compare them side by side. Both make a perfect companion for our Cluny Tapestry Rabbit II on dark blue. (Late 1400s)
Cluny Tapestry Rabbit II
A detail from one of the Cluny Lady with Unicorn tapestries showing a spotted rabbit on a dark blue ground surrounded by violets, flax, and madder flowers. He makes a perfect companion for our Cluny Tapestry Rabbit on red. (Late 1400s)
Cluny Tapestry Unicorn
A detail from one of the Cluny Lady with Unicorn tapestries showing a unicorn standing on his hind legs holding a lance. In the background is an orange tree with both flowers and fruit, and the millefleur background has many kinds of flowers and leaves. (Late 1400s)
Cluny Tapestry Dog
A detail from one of the Cluny Lady with Unicorn tapestries showing a seated dog (probably a greyhound) wearing a fancy collar. The millefleur background on red includes forget-me-nots and other fanciful flowers. He is a suitably sized companion (same height) for our Cluny Tapestry Dog II (see them together). (Late 1400s)
Cluny Tapestry Dog II
A detail from one of the Cluny Lady with Unicorn tapestries showing a standing dog (probably a greyhound) wearing a fancy collar. The millefleur background on black includes forget-me-nots, violets, scarlet pimpernel, and other fanciful flowers. He is a suitably sized companion (same height) for our Cluny Tapestry Dog (see them together). (Late 1400s)
Cluny Tapestry Rabbit (without background)
A detail from one of the Cluny Lady with Unicorn tapestries showing a charming little rabbit on a red ground surrounded by pansies and forget-me-nots. The background is not stitched; use dark red fabric. See UNK014-D for a version with the original (stitched) background, or compare them side by side. Both make a perfect companion for our Cluny Tapestry Rabbit II on dark blue. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: A Mon Seul Desir (smaller)
The last of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The text on the tent means "To My One Desire". The lady is placing a jeweled collar which she wears in the other tapestries into a casket held by her maidservant. This may represent a refusal of temptation or the renunciation of the sensual life illustrated in the other tapestries. The lady's lapdog sits on a cushion on a bench, and a monkey is at her feet. A lion and unicorn hold open the flaps of the tent and carry lances with banners at the tips. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, hounds, a goat, and a lamb, and a flying hawk and crane. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and Sense of Hearing. See UNK014 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Sight
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of sight is indicated by the lady, who is seated, showing the unicorn resting on her lap his reflection in a ornate gilded hand mirror. She wears an elaborate brocade gown and a fancy headdress. On her other side, a lion holds a banner. The red millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, dogs, a fox, and a small spotted wildcat. The trees are an oak and a holly. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Hearing, Sense of Taste, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK016-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Sight (smaller)
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of sight is indicated by the lady, who is seated, showing the unicorn resting on her lap his reflection in a ornate gilded hand mirror. She wears an elaborate brocade gown and a fancy headdress. On her other side, a lion holds a banner. The red millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, dogs, a fox, and a small spotted wildcat. The trees are an oak and a holly. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Hearing, Sense of Taste, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK016 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Smell
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of smell is indicated by the lady weaving a wreath of fragrant flowers, and by a monkey which is sniffing a flower it has taken from the basket next to it. A maidservant stands next to the lady holding a tray of additional flowers. The lady is dressed in an elaborate brocade gown with jewels. On each side, a prancing unicorn and lion hold lances carrying banners and are also wearing shields with the same heraldic design. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, and various birds and animals animals including rabbits, dogs, and a lamb. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Hearing, Sense of Sight, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK023-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Smell (smaller)
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of smell is indicated by the lady weaving a wreath of fragrant flowers, and by a monkey which is sniffing a flower it has taken from the basket next to it. A maidservant stands next to the lady holding a tray of additional flowers. The lady is dressed in an elaborate brocade gown with jewels. On each side, a prancing unicorn and lion hold lances carrying banners and are also wearing shields with the same heraldic design. The millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, and various birds and animals animals including rabbits, dogs, and a lamb. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Hearing, Sense of Sight, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK023 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Touch
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of touch is indicated by the lady stroking the unicorn's horn. The lady, dressed in an elaborate jeweled velvet and brocade gown, holds a heraldic banner. On either side are the lion and unicorn with shields buckled on with the same heraldic design. The millefleur background includes pansies, forget-me-nots, daisies, and many other kinds of flowers, and various birds and animals animals including rabbits, dogs, a wildcat, and monkeys. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Hearing, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK024-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Touch (smaller)
One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of touch is indicated by the lady stroking the unicorn's horn. The lady, dressed in an elaborate jeweled velvet and brocade gown, holds a heraldic banner. On either side are the lion and unicorn with shields buckled on with the same heraldic design. The millefleur background includes pansies, forget-me-nots, daisies, and many other kinds of flowers, and various birds and animals animals including rabbits, dogs, a wildcat, and monkeys. The trees are an oak, holly, orange, and possibly an imaginary species. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Taste, Sense of Hearing, Sense of Sight, Sense of Smell, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK024 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
King Tut's Mask
Tutankhamen's gold and lapis death mask
The Unicorn in Captivity
A tapestry depicting a captive unicorn wearing a collar resting under a fanciful tree inside a small fence against a millefleur background. The background contains many different kinds of flowers and plants, and includes the initials AE in three places. This is part of the series "Hunt of the Unicorn". See UNK010-D for a chart of a portion of this tapestry, or compare them side by side. (about 1500)
The Unicorn in Captivity (detail)
A tapestry depicting a captive unicorn wearing a collar resting under a fanciful tree inside a small fence against a millefleur background. The background contains many different kinds of flowers and plants, and includes the initials AE. This is part of the series "Hunt of the Unicorn" and is a portion of the full tapestry; see UNK010 for the full tapestry, or compare them side by side. (about 1500)
The Castle (detail)
A portion of the tapestry "The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle" showing the seigneur and his lady with other nobles at the castle

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