Updated: Mar 16
Besides diamonds and chocolate, Belgium is also known for tapestries.
From the Middle Ages to modern times, Belgium tapestries have always been in high demand.
Brussels tapestry workshops produced tapestry from at least the 15th century (Wikipedia).
Records show that these beautiful products have been on auctions and sold in international auctions like Sotheby's, Haynault, and others.
Flanders has a rich tradition of tapestry making. It all started in the 13th century and is still part of our cultural heritage today.
The domain Tapestries.be is available at sedo.
DE WIT Royal Manufacturers
MOU, the museum of Oudenaarde