1. Carpets were woven after the patterns of French Savonnerie and Aubusson tapestry. 2. So the diversifications of his complex and uniformly experimental painterly oeuvre will always range from Aubusson Tapestries. 3. Of particular note are the sculpted Aubusson tapestries from the 16th and 17th centuries and a canopied bed. 4. An imposing Aubusson tapestry, " La Chasse du duc de Guise ", hung in front of the staircase. 5. Typically, Aubusson tapestries depended on engravings as a design source or the full-scale cartoons from which the low-warp tapestry-weavers worked. 6. In January 2014, the Herm�s Foundation has pledged support, for a period of three years, to the Cit?internationale of Aubusson tapestry. 7. He found period furniture in Italy and France and acquired the Aubusson tapestries which still add so much to the charm of the ch�teau. 8. Evron ( pop . 6, 700 ) is noted for its chapel of Notre-Dame-de-l'Epine ( 12th century ), with 13th-century wall paintings and Aubusson tapestries. 9. The sunny mansion gives little hint of its murder-marred past in the ordered display of its Baccarat crystal chandeliers, Aubusson tapestries and Carrara marble mantels. 10. The "' Aubusson tapestry manufacture "'of the 17th and 18th centuries managed to compete with the royal manufacture of Gobelins tapestry and the privileged position of Beauvais tapestry.