A Mon Seul Desir V tapestry shows the scene from the To My Sole Desire scene of the series of 6 tapestries based on the originals from 1470. Thought to be woven in Brussels, and discovered in 1841 in the Boussac castle in France after centuries where it went missing, this work is a much loved work of the medieval period. The originals were thought to commemorate the appointment of Le Viste to the court of King Lous XI. In this scene, magnificently rendered in beautiful detail and color, we see the Lady taking or placing jewelry from her treasure chest, from her maid servant, and surrounded by the protective lion and mystical unicorn. Other little creatures of the forest surround her, such as the monkey, dog, rabbit, ram, horse and birds. The whole scene is a flurry with activity as the Lady is discovering her heart's desire in a forest scene. A most beautiful unicorn tapestry based on the originals from the medieval period. This Lady and the Unicorn "A Mon Seul Desir V" tapestry is backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are not included in the price.