"moth-eaten tapestries (Gobelins)"

The Gobelin family gave their name to the tapestries produced by their manufactory in Paris.  Originally dyers, the family began to manufacture tapestries in the 17th century, enjoying the patronage of several Kings of France.  The manufactory survives today and is owned and run by the French state.


The Lady and the Unicorn
Public DomainThe Lady and the Unicorn