Bottom to top stripes, colored blue, red, and green in order, represent similarly adjacent south-to-north Teepot East properties named Blue Feather Gallery, Redbird (Cardinal?) Pond, and House Greenup. In the refining process, the central red was changed to more of a fuchsia tone for aesthetic purposes.
The black chevron with a white, interior design stands for the 4th property clearly within Teepot East (outside of the ways themselves), or Rookwood Cottage, perhaps the heart and soul of the community as I’ve already mentioned, and lying east of all others. Voting members split between inserting a white rook chess piece and a white edelweiss bloom in the chevron, so an artistic portmanteau was settled upon, which I frankly think is kind of messy and confusing. But my vote only counted once, and Hucka D., always a troublemaker, had the other. It is what it is.
Still an interesting creation, and one worthy of being including in this blog for sure, I feel.