Sheldon Tapestry Map of Worcestershir
Unknown artist

Owned by the Bodleian since 1809, the tapestry, woven in wool and silk, is a fine example of cartography and decorative art dating from the 1590s. This section features the northern Cotswolds from Evesham (top left) to Chipping Norton (bottom right). Prominent towards the right centre are the Rollright Stones and Four Shires Stone, both still visible in the landscape today. Weston House, where the tapestry was commissioned to be hung can be seen just above the Rollrights.

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Image total size 23.0 x 25.0 cm
Print total size 27.0 x 29.0 cm

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The reproduction is rolled in a rigid tube for shipping.
Fine Art Giclée printing is commonly used at a professional level for the reproduction of works of art. The inkjet printing technique uses natural pigments which are highly light-resistant. We use a special 260g/m2 matte Fine Art paper for high-quality reproductions.
The work will be printed according to the measures you have requested and will include an additional white border.