Product Description

Things you may need to know before purchase

Our St George flags are manufactured at our head office in the UK. We make sure that all of our flags are produced to the highest standard and quality, adhering to all flag regulations.

Our St George's Cross flags are made to your custom sizes and finishing options. You are also able to choose between printed or sewn English flags, making sure that your flag suits your specific requirements.

Our high skilled and experienced sewing team are able to produce all of our sewn St George flags. We use Spun Polyester for all of our sewn flags, which is the same flag material approved by the Ministry of Defence for their flags. We also have a range of finishings such as fringing to help make your St George's flag even more prestigious.

We've invested in the latest digital printing technology, making sure that all of our printed English flags are made with vivid colours and crisp designs. You can choose from a range of flag materials for our printed St George flags, however, our most popular material is Spun Polyester for our national flags. This material is approved by the Ministry of Defence for their national and navy flags, and is high quality and durable. We use Spun Polyester for our sewn St George flags and our printed St George flags, ensuring you receive the best quality national flag. You are also able to choose from our other flag materials, like 115gsm Knitted Polyester, depending on your desired style for our St George flag. Currently through our online shop you can purchase our Spun Polyester printed St George flags.

If you are looking for a St George's Cross flag with a quick turnaround time we have a range of pre-made flags available for you to choose from, including sewn and printed options. As they are in stock we will be able to despatch them as soon as you have completed your order. We also offer a range of other St George products, including:

Online we have our standard digitally printed St George's flag available to buy. All of our standard St George flags are produced on Spun Polyester for a higher finish and better quality. You can choose your preferred size from the drop down and the number of flags you want. 

If you are looking for a sewn St George flag or a St George flag with different specifications we are still able to produce them for you, just get in contact with us and we will be able to help you get the best St George flag for you.

Product FAQs

Frequently asked questions about this product

Can I brand my St George flag?

Yes, we can produce bespoke St George flags which feature your brand logos and promotional messages. All you need to do is contact us, where one of our account managers will be able to help you get the most out of your St George flags.

Can you produce angled St George flags?

It is possible to create angled St George flags, however this will affect the shape and design of the flag.

Is there a size limit to the St George's Cross flags that you produce?

As long as the aspect ratio is preserved we can produce any size English flag.

Is there a maximum number of English flags you can produce at once?

No matter how many St George's flags you need we will be able to produce them.

What is your standard St George flag material?

Our standard St George flag material is Spun Polyester. This is a material that is approved by the Ministry of Defence and higher quality than our 115gsm Knitted Polyester. If you would rather a St George produced with another material then please feel free to contact us.

Do you offer sewn St George flags?

Yes, we can produce hand sewn St George flags here at our head office in Cambridgeshire. We have an in house sewing team who are able to produce high quality sewn St George flags. All of our sewn St George flags are produced on Spun Polyester to ensure they are made to the highest quality and look great.

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