Portugal Table Flag - 3.95 x 5.9 inch

€4.95
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Delivery time 1 - 5 workdays
SKU: 3180

Portugal Table Flag - 3.95 x 5.9 inch - Details

Our Portugal desk flags are made from tearproof polyester. The stand and the pole are made from black plastic. The pole is 10 inch long, reaching a total height of 12 inch with the stand added. The flag itself measures 3.95 x 5.9 inch x 15 cm.
Our Portugal desk flags can be used as a beautiful decoration for various occasions and as an individual mark on every desk.

Our Portugal desk flags are made from tearproof polyester. The stand and the pole are made from black plastic. The pole is 25 cm long, reaching a total height of 30 cm with the stand added. The flag itself measures 10 x 15 cm.
Our Portugal desk flags can be used as a beautiful decoration for various occasions and as an individual mark on every desk.

Further details of the desk flag:

Size: 3.95 x 5.9 inch (flag), 12 inch (total height).
Resistant to UV, wind and weather,
screen print with great colour brilliancy and excellent impregnation.
Shipment includes the Portugal flag, pole and stand, which are easy to assemble.

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Flag Portugal - Flagdescription

The Portuguese flag has a dark green third near the pole and two scarlet thirds. On the vertical border between those two colours an armillary sphere is pictured which is a navigation device to illustrate the movement of celestial bodies.

This symbolises the century of discoveries and was a personal emblem of the Portuguese King Manuel I. Above the armillary sphere is a white shield encircled with red on which the seven Castilian castles are illustrated. In the white centre five blue shields are visible which are decorated each by five coins. While blue and white represent the colours of the Portuguese Crown, the predominant combination of the flag is the red and green of the republican movement in Portugal.

It is asserted that the green colour signifies hope and the red colour the bloodshed of the people leaving their lives for Portugal.