This table cloth is made out of linen damask, a weaving technique. The border is a Gothic design with the figures of St. George, St. Andrew and St. Patrick. In the center is St. George and the dragon.

Table Cloth

This table cloth is made out of linen damask, a weaving technique. The border is a Gothic design with…

The Arms of Saint George

St. George

The Arms of Saint George

This silver-mounted meerschaum is made out of a soft white mineral. This design is in the shape of a pipe and has a scene of St. George (Christian Saint) and the Dragon.

Silver-Mounted Meerschaum

This silver-mounted meerschaum is made out of a soft white mineral. This design is in the shape of a…

The collar of the Order of the Garter. "Order of the Garter, the highest order of knighthood in Great Britain, consisting of the sovereign, the Prince of Wales, and twenty-four knights companions, and open, in addition, to such English princes and foreign sovereigns as may be chosen, and sometimes to extra companions chosen for special reasons, so that the whole order usually numbers about fifty." -Whitney, 1911

Order of the Garter Collar

The collar of the Order of the Garter. "Order of the Garter, the highest order of knighthood in Great…

The star of the Order of the Garter. "Order of the Garter, the highest order of knighthood in Great Britain, consisting of the sovereign, the Prince of Wales, and twenty-four knights companions, and open, in addition, to such English princes and foreign sovereigns as may be chosen, and sometimes to extra companions chosen for special reasons, so that the whole order usually numbers about fifty." -Whitney, 1911

Order of the Garter Star

The star of the Order of the Garter. "Order of the Garter, the highest order of knighthood in Great…

This pillow pattern is a German Renaissance design found in St. George's tomb in Tubingen, Germany.

Pillow Pattern

This pillow pattern is a German Renaissance design found in St. George's tomb in Tubingen, Germany.

"The Act of Union with Scotland (1707) required that England and Scotland should have one flag made of the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew combined. After the union with Ireland (1801) the cross of St. Patrick was incorporated in the flag. The name 'Jack' comes from the French Jacques, referries to James I, the first sovereign of Great Britain."—Webster, 1920

The Union Jack

"The Act of Union with Scotland (1707) required that England and Scotland should have one flag made…