Captive Unicorn Fringed Tapestry
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This scene is called "The Unicorn in Captivity" and may have been created as a single image rather than part of a series. The unicorn is tethered to a tree and constrained by a fence, but the chain is not secure, and the fence is low enough to leap over: His confinement is a happy one, to which the ripe, seed-laden pomegranates in the tree a medieval symbol of fertility and marriage testify. The red stains on his flank is not thought to be blood, as there are no visible wounds, they are thought to represent juice dripping from the pomegranates above. Many plants are represented here, such as wild orchid, and thistle, even a little frog, nestled among the violets at the lower right.
A reproduction of this tapestry can now be viewed at Stirling Castle.
- Please note this item incurs an additional delivery fee due to the nature and weight of the item.
- Delivery is direct from the supplier and may take up to 3-5 working days for orders within the UK and 7-10 working days outside the UK.
- Please note that other purchases made in the same transaction will be delivered separately as per our normal delivery times.
- Tapestry fully lined.
- Size: 60cm x 77cm (all sizes are approximate, as the tapestry panels may vary slightly after finishing).
Allow for up to 5 days delivery to the UK and up to 10 days for delivery outside the UK for this item. This item incurs an additional £12 delivery charge and is sent directly from our supplier so will be delivered separately from the rest of your order. See Delivery Information for further details.