"The walls were hung round with tapestry, said to be from the Gobelin looms"
Gobelin tapestry -
Public DomainGobelin tapestry - "Two Bulls" - Credit: Manufatura dos Gobelins

The Gobelins Manufactory was a tapestry producer standing on the edge of the Bièvre river in Paris. It was renowned throughout seventeenth and eighteenth century Europe as the source of the richest, highest-quality tapestries the continent had to offer, catering to royalty and nobility up until its closure during the French Revolution. Today, it is run as a museum by the French Ministry of Culture.

Gobelin tapestries hung on the walls of Rosenborg Castle, Copenhageb
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeGobelin tapestries hung on the walls of Rosenborg Castle, Copenhageb - Credit: KLMircea
Manufacture des Gobelins
Public DomainManufacture des Gobelins - Credit: World Imaging