The Lesbian Pride Labrys Flag. This large flag is 3 feet high by 5 feet wide (150cm x 90cm). The flag was designed in 2011.
First created in 1999, it includes a labrys on an inverted black triangle, set against a violet hue background. The labrys was used as an ancient religious symbol and was adopted as a symbol of empowerment by the lesbian feminist community in the 1970s.
A quality stitched flag which has the side grommets (that's the term apparently!) to attach with rope to a flag pole, with a double stitched hem around the edge.
Made from water resistant polyester.