Monday, 23 February 2015

Cat Belgian Tapestry Cushions with designs by Susan Herbert

Susan Herbert Cat Belgian tapestry cushions are elegant, gorgeous to look at & make ideal gifts for cat lovers or as classy home furnishings to scatter on your sofa!

We aren't going to pillage what other people have written about the background of Susan Herbert, born in 1945 in the UK, and how she got started & developed her immense talent as a cat artist - instead our focus is on showing some of her exquisite designs on our very popular cat cushions, including the very regal looking Henry VIII Cat tapestry cushions available in two amazing colours - Henry VIII was the King of England from 1509 till he died & infamous for his 6 wives & what terrible fate befell some of them. Plus we have the Lady Ann cushion, again available in 2 fabulous colours.

Also popular are the Lady Guinevere & D'Artagnan cat tapestry cushions - Lady Guinevere according to English Literature folklore was the wife of King Arthur & also the lover of Sir Lancelot.  D'Artagnan, a fictional character set in the 17th Century in the novel 'The Three Musketeers' by Alexander Dumas, needs no introduction - this cushion is also available in 2 classic shades!

We also have the Mona Lisa cat tapestry cushion shown below - the Mona Lisa was one of the favorite paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci which he started in Milan sometime around 1503 - 1504.
And last but certainly not least, we have Sir Huxley & Lord Nelson cat tapestry cushions below - Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson, the British naval commander who with his troops saved Britain from an invasion threat at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

All our Susan Herbert cat cushions have a cotton reverse, a zip fastener & a removable inner pad which complies to the Fire & Furnishings Regulations 1988. Prices include the entire cushion, not just the cover, VAT & UK post - please allow approximately a week or so for UK delivery.

Please click through the red link to see the wider range of cat tapestry cushions - have a good week & see you next Monday! 


  1. The expression of the Mona Lisa is purrrfect! D'Artagnan looks rather dashing.

    1. Thank you for your great observations! Thought Lord Nelson looks rather serious as well!