Clear and present pricing
The prices we list include VAT (20%) for the UK, so you pay what you see here when you get to the checkout, plus the cost of postage. Your invoice and receipt will reflect the VAT content.
First class flags - guaranteed
All our flags are guaranteed 100% made in the UK. Our factory is in Clydach, at the foot of the South Wales valleys and we are the ONLY social enterprise flag maker in the World and the only registered social enterprise manufacturing business in Wales.
We supply flags of every size, description and design to all markets and clients worldwide - no order too small.
We invest all our profits into the rehabilitation, training and employment of people in our local communities, so money spent with us is money spent for social profit, not shareholder dividends.
No obligation quotes
We are happy to provide quotes to everyone on a no obligation basis. Please don't be offended if our prices don't meet your budget. Chances are that if you're looking to buy in bulk you'll need to go abroad to achieve prices in the pennies rather than the pound value range and we don't pretend to be able to compete with that so please mention any restrictions up front before you ask us to work the figures out.
Printed or traditional sewn flags - its your call
Quality printed flags are available to buy through this website page per size but if you would prefer a traditional sewn and stitched flag and you can't see the size you require on this page listing, please email us on email@example.com with the size you'd like and we'll send you a no obligation quote for review.
Standard flag finish
Each flag is finished and supplied with a strong canvas, rope and toggle, triple sewn fly end and supplied with a complimentary shower proof drawstring flag bag for safe keeping. if you'd like a D ring or sewn eyelets or an Inglefield clip, please let us know at the point of ordering so we can adjust your order balance accordingly.
Flag versus coffin drape price variant
We make coffin drape / coffin covers / funeral drapes to a standard 2.5 yard or 8x5ft. The difference in price between a drape and a flag is that the drape is fully hemmed on all four sides and weighted with reinforced four corners instead of the flag style standard of canvas rope and toggle.
How to order your flag
Email us with your order requirements or fill in the form below with an image to get the ball rolling. We then have a conversation with you (email or phone) to check on details, when you need your flag and check whether what you're asking for is actually what you need - and then we'll send you the options and prices (our no obligation quote) and a draft of the artwork. See our ARTWORK GUIDELINES page for more info on whats needed to get your flag into production.
Once you're happy that everything is good to go, we send you an invoice for payment before production and once that payment has been received (bank transfer, paypal, card to suit) we put your order into production and ship it to you by first class recorded and trackable mail or courier, depending on what you've asked for. Please note that Royal Mail and the courier companies set the shipping rates, not us.
What are the options? Fully traditional sewn, HALF AND HALF or fully printed
Where flags are fully SEWN with detail, applique is sewn through a layer giving a sewn mirror image on reverse. We use Ministry of Defence spec woven polyester which replaced the traditional wool and linen/cotton mix fibre fabric in and around the 1980s. The fabric has a matt finish and a strength and durability which lasts longer than the previous natural fibre fabrics.
Where flags are part-SEWN part-PRINTED, a sewn woven polyester base is stitched and hemmed and the detail (badge, emblem etc.) is printed twice and sewn to each side of the flag around the detail. This we call HALF AND HALF.
Where flags are fully PRINTED, the format is single layer, printed through with mirror image on reverse.
All our quality printed flags are made using durable knit polyester fabric and PLEASE NOTE this is NOT to same as what other retailers describe as 'economy' flag fabric (roughly translating to cheap and nasty and not likely to last more than a few days) .
What does it all mean?
Please refer to our GLOSSARY page to clarify any terms you are unsure of. Use the search button at the top left of the website to search all other info throughout the site. Check out our fascinating BLOG for a history lesson or three and please get in touch if you need something you havent been able to find.