The (obviously male) unicorn is derived from the royal arms of Scotland and carved in the 17th-century onto the stalls of King's College chapel. The unicorn was added to the royal arms of Great Britain after 1603.
Hand made medieval tudor and stuart leatherwork. I make historically accurate Medieval, Tudor and Stuart leatherwork for re-enactment, museums, theatre and the heritage industry. All my work is made by hand using only the materials and techniques available to the craftsmen of the time. I only use leathers that were commonly available and dye and dress them myself using period recipes. Everything is hand sewn and all the designs are taken from surviving examples or from paintings and prints.