Detail of ‘The Lady and the Unicorn tapestry (1420) Maltese dog on her skirt,  Here we have the little white Jewel again in another Tapestry of the set of medieval tapestries of "The Lady and the Unicorn" in the Cluny in Paris....this time he is sitting on his Mommies skirt because he is too refined to sit on common earth, isn't it ? :-))

Detail of ‘The Lady and the Unicorn tapestry (1420) Maltese dog on her skirt, Here we have the little white Jewel again in another Tapestry of the set of medieval tapestries of "The Lady and the Unicorn" in the Cluny in Paris....this time he is sitting on his Mommies skirt because he is too refined to sit on common earth, isn't it ? :-))

"The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle" Cloisters Museum, 1495-1505. Wrap dresses ( or just v-necked over dresses) with hanging sleeves.

"The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle" Cloisters Museum, 1495-1505. Wrap dresses ( or just v-necked over dresses) with hanging sleeves.

"Flemish medieval tapestry" - don't know the source yet, will edit this when I find it.  For all your naked swan riding needs.

"Flemish medieval tapestry" - don't know the source yet, will edit this when I find it. For all your naked swan riding needs.

Fragment of a Tapestry or Wall Hanging, ca. 1420–30. Made in Basel, Switzerland. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1990 (1990.211) | This tapestry fragment represents a fabulous lionlike beast with pointed teeth, clawed feet, and a scaly rump. #cloisters

Fragment of a Tapestry or Wall Hanging, ca. 1420–30. Made in Basel, Switzerland. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1990 (1990.211) | This tapestry fragment represents a fabulous lionlike beast with pointed teeth, clawed feet, and a scaly rump. #cloisters

The Lady and the Unicorn 2/6 - Touch  The lady stands with one hand touching the unicorn’s horn, and the other holding up the pennant. The lion sits to the side and looks on.

The Lady and the Unicorn 2/6 - Touch The lady stands with one hand touching the unicorn’s horn, and the other holding up the pennant. The lion sits to the side and looks on.

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