Royal Arms of England tapestry shows an elaborate royal crest design. Here in this elaborate crest, we see a knight's helmet from which fronds of foliage emerge. The lion and the dragon are flanking the central emblem which reads Honi Soit Qvi Male Pense. This statement was thought to have originated by King Edward III when he was dancing with his daughter-in-law Joan of Kent, when her garter slipped to her ankle. Others laughed at her, however in an act of chivalry, he placed the garter around his own leg and said "Honi soit qui male pense" which translates to shame on he who thinks evil. This motto appears at the front of British passports as well as as the royal coat arms of the United Kingdom. Here we a lush border of flowers and fruit with foliage surrounding the coat of arms. This royal crest tapestry "Royal Arms of England" is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod, tassels, and accessories, where pictured, are not included in the price.