Flag of East Timor
Choose from a variety of sizes in Nylon or Polyester fabrics below:
The flag of East Timor was adopted in 2002. At midnight on May 19, and during the first moments of Independence Day, May 20, 2002, the United Nations Flag was lowered and the flag of an independent East Timor was raised. As per the Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, the yellow (PMS 123) triangle represents "the traces of colonialism in East Timor's history". The black triangle represents "the obscurantism that needs to be overcome"; the red (PMS 485) base of the flag represents "the struggle for national liberation"; the star, or "the light that guides", is white to represent peace.
Our expertly crafted Flags of East Timor are unsurpassed in color, authenticity and craftsmanship. The designs are always in correct proportion to the flag size.
- If flag selected is not in stock, lead time can sometimes be up to 15 days for shipping. Call us at 800-782-0500 to check on lead times if interested.
Our Outdoor Grade Nylon and Polyester Flags are expertly crafted from durable materials.
Nylon Flags fly beautifully in the slightest breeze while being a truly durable all-weather flag. Made of 100% heavyweight 200-denier Nylon, specially treated to resist deterioration.
Polyester Flags are heavier then Nylon Flags, needing more wind to fly, making them perfect for high wind areas. Made of 2-ply 100% polyester to last in harsher circumstances.
Hand Held and Light Weight Polyester Flags are beautifully printed on lighter, richly colored, indoor quality materials.