This article accompanies the fable
The tapestries were woven between 1484 and 1500 and we do not know their original name. Wikipedia claims several of them can be seen hanging on the walls of the Gryffindor Common Room in the Harry Potter films. They are now on display in the Musée de Cluny (Musée du Moyen-Âge) in Paris.
Five of the tapestries show the senses but the sixth, shown below, is about the "sixth sense" of desire (À Mon Seul Désir). People have come to many conclusions about what it really means. She is holding a necklace - but is she picking it up or renouncing it? Or is that a false choice?
Photo of Boussac: Michel mans