Warwickshire County flag


Show your pride in Warwickshire County by flying one of our quality British County Flags. Ideal for county fairs, local events, community centres or homes.

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Warwickshire County flag

The Warwickshire County flag design incorporates the traditional bear and ragged staff used in the county since the Middle Ages as a symbol of the Earls of Warwick. The first recorded use of the two symbols was by the Beauchamp family, who became the Earls of Warwick in 1268, as a seal. They were initially used separately, and the earliest known appearance of them together was on a bed of black cloth embroidered with a gold bear and silver staff owned by Thomas de Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick (1338–1401).  

Our digitally printed flags are printed onto quality polyester material or our Harrison Eco™ material which is made from recycled plastic. If you want that extra touch of quality or a longer lasting solution, we would recommend our hand sewn option. The hand crafted flags are produced using woven polyester with knitted polyester layering by our skilled in-house sewing team in Newton Aycliffe, North East England. The experienced team meticulously appliqué the flags the exact County design.

We have a wide range of County flags if the flag you are looking for isn’t available on our website please call us on 01325 390 195 or email us for a quote.

Technical Specification

Harrison Flagpoles
  • Size: 1 yard (0.91 x 0.46 m), 1.5 yard (1.37 x 0.69m), 2 yard (1.83 x 0.91m), 2.5 yard (2.29 x 1.14m), 3 yard (2.74 x 1.37m), 4 yard (3.66 x 1.83m), 5 yard (4.57 x 2.29m), 6 yard (5.49m x 2.74m)
  • Print Option: Hand sewn, Harrison Eco™ flag, Standard digital
  • Anti Fray: No, Yes