Totally round marquees, called Pavilions, dotted the landscape during the glory days of English longbowmen. They can be seen in all their magnificence in dozens of paintings dating from the 1200’s. Sometimes profusely decorated with woven, striped cloth, embroidery and applied motifs, the pavilions created a colorful camp scene second to none!
Our Pavilions are built to be suspended from a center pole and held out with guy lines. Scallop edges are the traditional shapes with custom scallop edges available. Walls are constructed with two opposing doors and wall heights can be increased, or decreased, as your needs dictate. Mud flaps are included.
Slanted wall Pavilions were popular and give added floor space and a much larger appearance. Walls may be hung with the standard “D” rings or given the added look and feel of the wooden toggles.
The Spoke and Wheel set up requires a unique (undocumented) internal structure. We don’t make the poles and wheel for this type of set-up, but if you would like to construct your own,we will stitch the canvas with usually a 7′ height for ease of movement while inside your pavilion, Then we add the pockets for the spokes. Slant walls are required for this type of set-up, and special weather lines, too.