- French tapissier. (Wiktionary)
“Here, during the later Middle Ages and the Renaissance the art of the tapiser reached a high state of perfection, more particularly at Arras in France, so much so that arras-work came to be the common designation for all sorts of tapestry, no matter where made.”
“A webbe, a deyer and tapiser, "and the tales of the cook and the miller take rank with those of the squire and lawyer.”
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