a) For products that are included in the e-shop please follow  instructions.

b) For products that are not included in the e-shop, special orders or large quantities, please ask for a price offer by using the contact form.


  • Specify size
  • Specify quantity (prices vary greatly depending on the quantity)
  • Send logo in JPEG file (100 dpi at actual size should be good enough for photos) or LINE ART (corel draw 13 / illustrator cs4 /photoshop cs4 for PC)
  • Specify colours on the pantone coated - uncoated scale (this does not apply to photos)
  • Specify form and finishing of flag (horizontal - vertical - banner etc)


2.  I need a "normal" sized flag. What size should I buy?

Mostly used sizes:

135X90 cm or 105X70 cm for civil use in national holidays.

200X120 cm for use at schools, public buildings, consulates etc.

300X190 cm for use at embassies, public buildings etc.

-However, the size of the flag also depends on the size of your pole (see question 3)


3. What should be the height of my flagpole?

The height of the pole should be approximately 3 times taller than the length of the flag.

Flagpoles for external use are made from aluminium, fiberglass or PVC.

The colour, according to general international practice and greek law 851/1978 should be white.


4.  Can I get a cross finial at the top of my pole?

The Greek law does not require a cross for private use. However we can provide you with 2 types of cross finials:

Plastic (white or golden)



5. How long will my flag last?

There is no specific answer to that question. It depends on the location. Flags downtown will be less strained by the wind but will become dim and dirty sooner due to pollution. Strong wind, sun and rain also contribute to flag wear.

The U.S. government expects a flag to last 90 days, based on daily usage from sunrise to sunset - but not during periods of inclement weather. (you can visit link here: https://www.collinsflags.com/flaglast.cfm)

Our company estimates the life of a flag that flies constanly under all weather conditions to be 3 - 5 months.

Ways to prolong life of your flag:

  • Don't fly the flag when it is very windy (6 on the beufaurt scale or more) and rainy. Rain ads weight to the flag and together with  the wind puts a lot of strain on the fabric and the stitches. 
  • The stitching at the fly end of the flag will be the first part to wear. You may re-stitch the flag to prolong its life.
  • Make sure that your flag flies free on the pole. Trees, poles or other obstacles that hinder the flying of the flag will weaken stitches and fabric.