Montefiore mizrach. From the estate of the 19th c. Jewish businessman and philanthropist, Moses Montefiore, in Ramsgate. It is designed as a mizrach, which indicates the direction of Jerusalem for prayer. Jerusalem and the Holy Land were at the centre of Montefiore's interests. In 1841, by special licence from Queen Victoria, he added to his coat-of-arms a lion and a stag holding flags with the word ‘Jerusalem’ in Hebrew letters - seen at the top of the tablet. (Jewish Museum London)
Coat of Arms for the Kingdom of Aragon made between 1370-1440 A.D. It commemorates the four Moorish Kings killed in battle by Pedro VIII in 1096. Readers should note that the word "Moor" or "Moorish" "Blackamoor" does not mean a African Muslim, because in early European history all Africans were referred to as "Moors". Also, the word "African" was not used in ancient times, so Black People were usually referred to as "Ethiopians", Libyans, etc.
Forkin' Weeds (on green to blue) Standard Apron. Forkin' Weeds is an apron to protect you while doing gardening tasks such as potting up. The art work is hand drawn in a colourful cartoon style, doodle art, depictingthe words Forkin' Weeds with a garden fork and flowers on a background that shades from green to blue. Choose from khaki, white or yellow for the apron