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Tapestry: tapestry, woven decorative fabric, the design of which is built up in the course of weaving. broadly, the name has been used for almost any heavy material, handwoven, machine woven, or even embroidered, used to cover furniture, walls, or floors or for the decoration of clothing. since the 18th and
Tapestry: tapestry, woven decorative fabric, the design of which is built up in the course of weaving. broadly, the name has been used for almost any heavy material, handwoven, machine woven, or even embroidered, used to cover furniture, walls, or floors or for the decoration of clothing. since the 18th and
Tapestry: tapestry, woven decorative fabric, the design of which is built up in the course of weaving. broadly, the name has been used for almost any heavy material, handwoven, machine woven, or even embroidered, used to cover furniture, walls, or floors or for the decoration of clothing. since the 18th and

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Tapestry  britannica

Tapestry britannica

Tapestry: tapestry, woven decorative fabric, the design of which is built up in the course of weaving. broadly, the name has been used for almost any heavy material, handwoven, machine woven, or even embroidered, used to cover furniture, walls, or floors or for the decoration of clothing. since the 18th and
Tapestry  britannica

Tapestry britannica

Tapestry: tapestry, woven decorative fabric, the design of which is built up in the course of weaving. broadly, the name has been used for almost any heavy material, handwoven, machine woven, or even embroidered, used to cover furniture, walls, or floors or for the decoration of clothing. since the 18th and
Tapestry  britannica

Tapestry britannica

Tapestry: tapestry, woven decorative fabric, the design of which is built up in the course of weaving. broadly, the name has been used for almost any heavy material, handwoven, machine woven, or even embroidered, used to cover furniture, walls, or floors or for the decoration of clothing. since the 18th and