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Flag Cayman Island 3 X 5 Red No Disc Cotton Premiu

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The Flag of the Cayman Islands was adopted on 14 May 1958 after the colony was officially granted a coat-of-arms. Prior to that, the Islands had used the British flag for all official occasions. The world famous Cotton Bunting provides rich, vibrant colors, excellent durability and economy. These offer true value in a traditional cotton. The Cayaman Island Flag features dense embroidery, sewn stripes and hems and strong polyester headings. Constructed from an extra-strong cotton weave design, this sturdy flag will stand the test of time. Dimensions: 3 X 5' (Red Cotton Bunting) What is Bunting? Bunting was originally a lightweight worsted (the fibers lie parallel to each other) wool fabric used for making flags of the Royal Navy. The origin of the word is uncertain. Today, "bunting" is a term for any festive decorations made of fabric, plastic, paper, or even cardboard in imitation of fabric. Typical forms of bunting are strings of colorful triangular flags, also known as Pennants, and lengths of fabric in the colors of national flags gathered and draped into swags or pleated into fan shapes. The term bunting is also used for a collection of flags, and particularly those of a ship.
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The Flag of the Cayman Islands was adopted on 14 May 1958 after the colony was officially granted a coat-of-arms. Prior to that, the Islands had used the British flag for all official occasions. The world famous Cotton Bunting provides rich, vibrant colors, excellent durability and economy. These offer true value in a traditional cotton. The Cayaman Island Flag features dense embroidery, sewn stripes and hems and strong polyester headings. Constructed from an extra-strong cotton weave design, this sturdy flag will stand the test of time. Dimensions: 3 X 5' (Red Cotton Bunting) What is Bunting? Bunting was originally a lightweight worsted (the fibers lie parallel to each other) wool fabric used for making flags of the Royal Navy. The origin of the word is uncertain. Today, "bunting" is a term for any festive decorations made of fabric, plastic, paper, or even cardboard in imitation of fabric. Typical forms of bunting are strings of colorful triangular flags, also known as Pennants, and lengths of fabric in the colors of national flags gathered and draped into swags or pleated into fan shapes. The term bunting is also used for a collection of flags, and particularly those of a ship.