Our digitally printed Fiji flags are produced to a high quality, durable knitted polyester. Produced to the Flag Institute approved design, by us here in the UK. Each flag is hand finished with a double sewn hem for durability, and a headband, rope and toggle suitable for attachment to any standard flagpole.
Our flags are manufactured to the highest standards. We offer flags in a choice of two materials, Hand Made National Flags, and Digitally Printed National Flags
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|Adopted||10th October 1970|
|Design||A sky blue British ensign with national flag top left and the shield of the coat of arms centre right|
In 1865 the Bau, Rewa, Cakaudrove, Macuata, Naduri and Lakeba joined together to create the United Tribes of Fiji. The flag adopted was a blue field with large white five-pointed star in the centre.
In 1867 the chief of Lakeba became president and the flag was changed to a blue field with half a sun with 30 rays and a crown with a cross top left.
The Kingdom of Lau was established in 1869 and a new flag with a white and red horizontal bicolour with a red cross top left was adopted.
In 1817 the country became the Kingdom of Fiji a white-blue vertical bicolour with a red shield and white dove below a crown with cross where the colours meet.
In 1874 Fiji became a British colony and the Union Flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain was adopted. The country gained a British Blue Ensign in 1908 with a white disc and coat of arms.
In 1924 the white disc was removed and by 1970 the colour of the field was changed to a sky blue and the tribe members, banner and boat removed from the coat of arms on the flag.
From 1970 Fiji became a Dominion with the Queen of England still as the head of state. The flag was a sky blue field with a national flag top left and the shield of the coat of arms centre right.
When the country became a republic in 1987 the flag remained the same. There is a new flag of Fiji without any British design announced in July 2016.
The Coat of Arms of Fiji
The Coat of Arms of Fiji was adopted in 1908. It features a shield with a ST. George’s Cross cutting the shield into quarters and a red vertical band with a golden lion. In the top left quarter is three sugar canes, the top right is a Cocoa-nut palm tree, lower left is dove with olive branch and the lower right portion is a bunch of bananas.
Two tribesman are protecting the shield with a boat above and a banner stating “FEAR GOD AND HONOUR THE QUEEN”.
The Standard of the President of Fiji
The Flag of the Government of Fiji
The Merchant Ensign of Fiji
The Flag of the Fiji Navy
The Flag of the Fiji Civil Air
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