Scotland Saint Andrews Cross Flag
We are proud to offer this high-quality Scotland Saint Andrews Cross Flag. The Scottish heraldic term for an X-shaped cross is a ‘saltire’, from the old French word saultoir or salteur. A word for both a type of stile constructed from two cross pieces and a type of cross-shaped stirrup-cord. In heraldic language, it may be blazoned azure, a saltire argent. The tincture of the Saltire can appear as either silver or white. Finally, the term azure does not refer to a particular shade of blue.
If an outdoor flag isn’t quite what you’re looking for you can check out our Ceremonial Scotland Saint Andrews Cross Flags.
Or, if you’re looking for something of the smaller variety you can find it with our Handheld Scotland Saint Andrews Cross Flags.