Embroidered tassel Wild boar of the forest
The decorative wild boar tassel from the forest of Chambord is entirely hand-embroidered in France in an alloy of fabric and trimmings. This accessory is the ideal pendant to hang in your home to underline your decoration with nature and authenticity.
Hanging from your Christmas tree as well as on your door and window cuffs, this interior jewel sublimates your rooms with delicacy.
THE CHAMBORD ESTATE
With a surface area of 5,440 hectares, the Domaine national de Chambord is the largest walled park in Europe. It is home to exceptional flora and fauna. The construction of the Chambord castle began in 1519.
At the same time, François I acquired the farmland adjacent to the Boulogne forest to the north of the Cosson, to create the park. More than 2,500 hectares of farmland were annexed. This area consisted mainly of cultivated land, a few groves, and, presumably, moors that fed the sheep of the surrounding farmers.
In 1645, Gaston d'Orléans increased the surface area of the estate and completed the construction of its surrounding wall. The surface area of the National Estate of Chambord then reached its current size. The park of Chambord is part of the Natura 2000 network, whose main objective is the preservation of biodiversity.
Material: Fabric and trimmings
Manufacturing : Hand made