Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries-Verdure with Deer and Shields

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Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries – Verdure with Deer and Shields, 1900. Designer: Edward Burne-Jones. Designer: William Morris, Designer: John Henry Dearle, Manufacturer: Morris and Co The shields hung from branches represent, from left to right: Sir Gawaine (double-headed eagle), Sir Launcelot (red and white bars), Sir Percival (crosses with black star), Sir Bors (white bars with ermine and red bars), and Sir Galahad (red cross on white).

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