Munster flag of Ireland.
The Three Crowns was symbol of the English lordship of Ireland until replaced by the harp during the reign of Henry VIII. The Three crowns on the Munster flag had been a symbol for when Muster was split into three kingdoms, which were Thomond (north), Desmond (south), and Ormond (east). Muster is made up of the counties Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Waterford that are Ireland’s most southern counties.
3x5 polyesterr suitable for outdoors with 4 rows of stitching on fly side where it counts.