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Ireland Flag



  • Buy an economical ... yet properly made … OUTDOOR USE Irish flag that’s done right! 
  • Enjoy the bold Irish Tricolour, with a long-lasting dying process that gives you years of service.
  • Header tape and 2 metal grommets will keep your Polyester flag flying high in any weather 
  • Trust our 210D Oxford Poly Nylon to give you a flag that’ll fly for years, at an outstanding web-only price! 

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The History:

There’s more than meets the eye to the simplicity of the Republic of Ireland's flag... 

Believe it or not, the Irish Flag isn’t just a set of three instantly-recognizable national colors... Instead, it’s a symbol of people coming together despite religious differences to form a united and free Ireland. 

Originally presented to Irish Nationalist leader Thomas Francis Meagher by a group of sympathetic French women in 1848… the two outer colors, joined together by field of peaceful white, is meant to represent the new unity between Roman Catholics and Protestants. 

But it wasn’t until 1916 that when the famous Irish flag colors of Green, White and Orange was raised above Dublin’s General Post Office, eventually being adopted as the national flag officially in 1937. 

The tricolour flags for sale in our Nylon collection gives you a fantastic way to buy a quality Ireland Flag that’s made to last and ready to fly... 

Using premium materials and advanced dying techniques, the 210D OXFORD POLY NYLON we’ve used for the Flag of Ireland stands the test of time and gives you an economical yet high-quality option. 

Purchase your Irish Flag here at The Flag Store today, and expect years of service and guaranteed quality. - We’re not just your Irish flag store… we’re your friend in arms with Irish eyes a smilin’ ! 


Ireland Flag Facts

  • Adopted 1922
  • First flown in Waterford Co. in 1848
  • Became known as national flag on Easter Rising of 1916