Check out this salvaged ship flag, for the National Flag of Georgia. The photos show one side of the flag and a close-up of the fabric.
The National Flag of Georgia from 1918 to 1921 had a simple design with three horizontal stripes in white, red, and black. Notably, the white stripe represented freedom, while the red symbolized bravery and courage, and the black stripe symbolized the country’s soil and its ancient past. During the brief period of Georgia’s independence from the Russian Empire after the end of World War I, this flag was proudly flown. Over time, the design has undergone some changes, but the three-stripe pattern remains an important symbol of Georgian national identity to this day.
Nautical Flags are great conversation pieces!