A tapestry of the classic painting by Edmund Blair Leighton Entitled 'God Speed' painted in the 1900s. Featuring a beautiful red-haired woman wishing her beloved knight in armor a farewell and safe return as he prepares to ride into battle on his white steed. She ties a red sash around the knight's arm, which he is meant to return. This was typical in medieval times and was meant to assure that the knight returns alive and well. God Speed was the first of several paintings by Leighton on the subject of chivalry, the others being The Dedication and The Accolade.