Theatre Props were approached by award winning photographer Scott Heavey to provide a ‘war torn flags’ look for a photo shoot with Getty Images. We were excited to be apart of this, as most of our flags are either made from scratch or maintenance and restoration type works. Theatre Props intentions with our supplied hand sewn flags were quite the opposite; they did a fantastic job in transforming the new flags in to the required distressed look.
We were recently invited to work on the restoration of beautiful old flag which had fallen into a state of disrepair. The flag held huge sentimental value for our client and underwent a long and delicate restoration process to restore the white ensign to its former glory. Flagmakers take great pride our ability to offer […]
What a wonderful commemoration VE Day proved to be in 2015! As a flagmaker it was simply spectacular to see so many flags and standards on such proud display over the weekend. It made us think about the relationship we have as a nation with our flag and how it has flown high through war and celebration.
Flagmakers are very pleased to finally be announcing that we will again be confirmed attendees of the Royal British Legion Conference 2015. The event is now just a few weeks away, with the dates for the dairy been the 16th and 17th of May. This year’s specialist conference is to be held at the beautiful […]
The Union Jack is likely to become common place on UK funded infrastructure. Why? Ministers are planning to use the flag to “proudly adorn infrastructure investments” including motorways and bridge. The suggestion has divided opinion proposing it will look like a gimmick, supporters believe it will allow the public to better understand how government money […]
Today marks 50 years since the state funeral of Winston Churchill, and here at Flagmakers we take great pride in having been the manufacturer of the great leaders coffin drape Union Jack. Having lead Britain to victory in World War 2 the illustrious prime minister received a state funeral. The only “commoner” to do so […]