This orange macramé belt was converted from an archer sash. Attached is the traditional apprentice belt favour featuring the class colour trimmed in silver. A personal touch includes three needle-felted images at the end of the belt. The first is a bow and arrow that represents the path of the apprentice. The second is Sir Admiral Anne Cash's personal heraldry. The third represents the apprentice's goal.
Approximately 6" total in height, 18" around. Red tooled leather wings along the right and left sides secured by leather rivets. Each wing has a Polaris star in Red and Blue on it. Featured in the center is the Polaris phoenix edged in gold on a wooden shield.
A wide white ribbon, which had images stamped onto it with ink. It appears to have had two suns in the upper left and right corners, a dove in the center, "K7" in the lower center, and two images which are now unclear in the lower left and right corners. It was stapled closed.