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Union Jack Table Flag Budget

Product Code: 15710
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Create a super display with a vibrant Union Jack table flag. These fabulous British budget desk flags have a variety of uses including place markers for business meetings, personal desk decorations, table centrepiece decorations, or, along with a selection of our vast range of desk flag designs, the Union Jack Table Flags can be used as table markers for weddings and events.
  • Flag size: 6 x 4 inches | 150mm x 100mm
  • Overall Height: 12 inches | 300mm
  • Flag Material: Polyester
  • Pole & Base Material: Plastic
  • Can be used with or without the base

Product Specifications

  • SKU:15710
  • Country United Kingdom
  • Flag Type Table Flag
  • Material Polyester
  • Availability In stock
  • Brand The Flag Shop
Union Jack Table Flag

  • WEIGHT: 20g.
  • MATERIAL: 75 denier polyester fabric flag with black plastic stick and base.
  • TABLE FLAG SIZE: 4" x 6" / 10cm x 15cm
  • TABLE FLAG HEIGHT: 12" / 30cm.
  • ADOPTED: 1801.
  • DESIGN: Cross of Saint Andrew counterchanged with the Cross of Saint Patrick, over all the Cross of Saint George..

The iconic Union Jack flag is the national flag of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and comprises of the St George Cross of England edged in white, superimposed over the cross of St Patrick of Ireland, also edged in white, with the whole design superimposed over the Scottish St Andrew's Saltire. Wales is not represented - when the flag was adopted Wales was part of the Kingdom of England. The original Union Flag was first used in 1606 by a proclamation of King James VI and I of Scotland and England, the only difference being the original flag did not show the cross of St Patrick.

The flag is both known as the Union Flag and the Union Jack Flag - it is believed by