A dormouse appears against a rich pattern of flowers. The background of late 15th and early 16th century French & Flemish tapestries were often filled with many hundreds of tiny flowers. This came to be known as mille-fleurs or thousand flowers.
This tile, along with others in our range with the same flower background, is designed to fit against itself top to bottom and side to side. This means that it can form part of a larger decorative panel.
Fixing Points: Two holes: towards the top and each side of the tile
Dimensions: 10.5cm x 10.5cm