A tapestry of the "Lady with the Bird", is taken from the lady and the unicorn series. These were a series of six tapestries woven in Flanders in the late fifteenth century. The pennants, as seen here in the flag, bear the royal crest of Jean Le Viste, a nobleman in the court of King Charles VII, who was thought to have commissioned the work. In this work, we see the lady with a parakeet in her right hand and the unicorn beside her as well as a series of rabbits on her garden bed close by. The meaning of these tapestries are still shrouded in mystery to this day. This tapestry "La Dame a L'Oiseau Noir" is backed with a lining and a tunnel for easy hanging.