One of Henry VIII's lost tapestries goes on display in the capital

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One of Henry VIII's lost tapestries goes on display in the capital

One of Henry VIII's lost tapestries which was rediscovered in Spain has been brought to the capital for just three weeks.

The work of art is woven with silver and gold thread and after having been thought to have been destroyed, it is one of the most important renaissance tapestries to ever go on display in London.

The tapestry is on display at the Franses Gallery from October 1st - 19th. 

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