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Israel Flag

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The Israeli flag was born in 1948, coinciding with the declaration of independence of the State of Israel. Its design is simple but deeply symbolic: two horizontal blue stripes, a blue hexagon (the Star of David) in the center, and a white field.

 

Colors and Symbolism

The colors blue and white proudly represent spirituality and purity. The blue is reminiscent of the color of the tallit, the traditional Jewish prayer shawl, while the Star of David is an ancient Jewish symbol recognized globally.

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Nautical Polyester Ideal for Outdoor Environments

Polyester Stamina For Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Easy Polyester Ideal for Interiors

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Standard finishes of our flags in nautical Polyester and Stamina (For different finishes, contact us)

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Online since 2001

Flag material Nautical Polyester

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20x30 cm

Nautical Polyester

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18,00 €

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30x45 cm

Nautical Polyester

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24,00 €

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70x100 cm

Nautical Polyester

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29,00 €

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100x150 cm

Nautical Polyester

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35,00 31,50 € -10%

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150x225 cm

Nautical Polyester

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72,00 €

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200x300 cm

Nautical Polyester

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126,00 €

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300x450 cm

Nautical Polyester

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276,00 €

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400x600 cm

Nautical Polyester

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510,00 €

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Flag material Polyester Stamina

Flag Format

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20x30 cm

Polyester Stamina

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34,00 €

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30x45 cm

Polyester Stamina

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46,00 €

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70x100 cm

Polyester Stamina

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63,00 €

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100x150 cm

Polyester Stamina

Price:

87,00 €

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150x225 cm

Polyester Stamina

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150,00 €

(VAT included)

Flag material Easy Polyester

Flag Format

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91x140 cm

Easy Polyester

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13,00 €

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Table Flags

Flag Format

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14x21

14x21 cm
Easy Polyester

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4,00 €

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Flag for sale Israel Flag

The emblem that we know today as the flag of Israel was officially adopted on October 28, 1948, shortly after the declaration of independence of the State of Israel. However, its roots and symbolism go back much further into the past.

 

The flag's design is inspired by the tallit, the traditional Jewish prayer shawl, which is predominantly white with blue stripes. The blue stripes at the top and bottom of the flag reflect this ancient religious tradition, symbolizing the spirituality and devotion of the Jewish people.

 

At the center of the flag stands the Star of David, or Magen David in Hebrew. This symbol has been associated with Judaism for centuries and is a recognized emblem of the Jewish faith and culture. The Star of David on the flag not only represents the Jewish faith but also the hope for a future of peace and prosperity for the nascent State of Israel.

 

The original design of the flag was proposed in 1897 at the First Zionist Congress by David Wolffsohn, a significant Zionist leader of the time. Wolffsohn understood the need for a visual symbol that would represent the Jewish nation and unify the various groups of Jews from around the world. The flag created by Wolffsohn, which featured the blue stripes and the Star of David on a white field, was well-received and quickly became a symbol of the Zionist movement and, subsequently, of the State of Israel.

 

Over the years, the flag of Israel has become a powerful and recognizable symbol not only in the Middle East but around the world, representing the values, hopes, and aspirations of the Israeli people.