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Rhapsody Verde Tapestry by Manual Woodworkers & Weavers

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  • 10+ in Stock
  • Overall: 26" H x 36" W

Rhapsody Verde Tapestry —  

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Created on Jacquard looms using cotton and blended yarns to create beautiful art as wall hanging.


  • Subject: Still life
  • Woven on Jacquard looms
  • Horizontal
  • Made in the USA
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Weights & Dimensions


  • Diameter: 0.3125 "
  • Width - Side to Side: 33 "

Other Dimensions

  • Overall: 26" H x 36" W
  • Tapestry/Wall Hanging Weight: 1 lbs


Product Type: Tapestry and Wall Hanging Subject: Floral and botanical
Color: Multi-colored Size: Large (33"- 40")
Hand Finished: No Primary Material: Cotton
Hanging Method: Rod Hanging Accessories Included: No
Framed: No Washable: No
Printing Method: Machine printed Weaving Method: Loom
Hanging Orientation: Landscape Eco-Friendly: No
Product Care: Spot Clean Only Country of Manufacture: United States

About the Manufacturer

Manual Woodworkers & Weavers, Inc. is a privately owned manufacturer and wholesale distributor based in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Since its beginnings in 1932, Manual Woodworkers has proven its ability to identify trends in the gift and decorative accessories industry and provide its customers with the finest products at the lowest available price. MWW has numerous times been ranked #1 in Home Decor by Gift Beat magazine. The third generation of this family owned company brings fresh ideas of how to harness today's technological advances and open trade. Manual Woodworkers continues to operate with a commitment to providing quality products at competitive pricing, while delivering first-rate customer service.

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5.0 stars

nice colors

from San Antonio, TX on 09/11/2014 – Verified Buyer

nice colors..hung it over breakfast depicted...comes with rod which was great

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