The Oriental Club has a well-established past, tracing its roots from Major General Sir John Malcolm creating the Club in 1824, for “Noblemen and gentlemen associated with the administration of our Eastern empire, or who have travelled or resided in Asia, at St. Helena, in Egypt, at the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauritius, or at Constantinople”.
Since then, the Oriental Club continues to be an exclusive club of distinction based in London, and boasts an impressive array of art and literature held within its library.
Therefore it was with some excitement that we were contacted by the Oriental Club and asked to produce a beautiful flag for them. As you can see from the artwork spec on the right (click for a larger version), their flag consisted of a near-black field with a stunning and powerful lion’s head in the center.
The flag was created using Woven Polyester, and came complete with a rope and toggle for the Club to fly from a flagpole.
Matthew Rivett, the Secretary of the Club, gave us this testimonial:
Thank you for this. I am delighted with the flags – thank you so much! Matthew Rivett, Oriental Club