Tent in the Lady and the Unicorn tapestries

The famous "Lady and the Unicorn" Tapestries, on permanent display at the Musée de Cluny in Paris, include one tent picture. It's a circular tent, blue with gold ermine spots (I think there's a heraldic name for that...) on the outside, lined in unpatterned gold-colored fabric, with a valence strip showing the motto "A mon seul desire" in gold, and an elaborate finial atop the single center pole holds a small heraldic banner. Two guy lines are visible, both with crow's-feet in the top foot or two before they attach to the top of the valence strip; the guy lines are not staked down, but rather tied to trees. As an allegorical picture, it should be taken cum grano salis, but it at least tells us what sort of tent a late 15th-century artist could imagine.