Design is the red lion rampant from the Royal Flag of Scotland.
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Please note: The design is on the left side as pictured. It is also on the right side, but reversed. Both lions are facing the center. The center is blank.
The Royal Banner of the Royal Arms of Scotland, also known as the Royal Banner of Scotland, or more commonly the Lion Rampant of Scotland, and historically as the Royal Standard of Scotland, or Banner of the King of Scots, is the Royal Banner of Scotland, and historically, the Royal Standard of the Kingdom of Scotland.
The earliest recorded use of the Lion rampant as a royal emblem in Scotland was by Alexander II in 1222; with the additional embellishment of a double border set with lilies occurring during the reign of Alexander III (1249–1286). This emblem occupied the shield of the royal coat of arms of the ancient Kingdom of Scotland which, together with a royal banner displaying the same, was used by the King of Scots until the Union of the Crowns in 1603, when James VI acceded to the thrones of the kingdoms of England and Ireland. Since 1603, the Lion rampant of Scotland has been incorporated into both the royal arms and royal banners of successive Scottish then British monarchs in order to symbolize Scotland; as can be seen today in the Royal Standard of the United Kingdom. -- Wikipedia
Beer stein info:
.: 22 oz white ceramic stein
.: Gold trim with D-handle
.: ORCA Coatings, Dishwasher safe
.: Do not microwave
.: Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 6.6 x 3.5 inches
Capacity in different measuring systems:
22 U.S. fluid ounces
22.9 Imperial fluid ounces
1.375 U.S. pints
1.144 Imperial pints
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