Worship Flags

100% Silk Worship Flags Solid Dyed / Classic

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100% Silk Worship Flags Solid Dyed / Classic
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Sml 17"X21" Child 5yrs+ $25.00
Med 21"X27" $40.00
Lg 27"X32" $50.00
XLg 32"X40" $70.00

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Silk Worship Flags - Solid Dyed (8mm)

These flags flow freely around a lightweight rod, making them ideal for anyone who moves expressively in worship. Silk is our premium line of fabric. Each flag comes with a rod that is stained or painted. Price shown is for a single flag. The solid dyed silks are jewel-tones that can represent the gemstones of the Breastplate and Foundation Stones of the Holy City. Read beneath the color samples for more information.  Please allow 2-4 weeks for shipping.  If you need your flags by a certain date, just email and let us know at the time you order.  

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Garnet Red
Garnet Red
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Ruby Red
Ruby Red
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Light Jasper
Light Jasper
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Topaz Yellow
Topaz Yellow
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Agate Olive
Agate Olive
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Chrysolite Green
Chrysolite Green
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Emerald Green
Emerald Green
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Chrysoprase Aqua
Chrysoprase Aqua
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Turquoise
Turquoise
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Chalcedony Blue
Chalcedony Blue
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Deep Sapphire
Deep Sapphire
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Amethyst Purple
Amethyst Purple
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Tourmaline Pink
Tourmaline Pink
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Beryl White
Beryl White
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Onyx Black
Onyx Black

Breastplate Stones:  Ruby (Sardius); Topaz; Emerald (Garnet, Carbuncle); Turquoise (Aquamarine); Sapphire; Diamond (Beryl, Crystal); Jacinth; Agate; Amethyst; Beryl; Onyx; Jasper. (Names are dependent on the Bible translation.)

Foundation Stones: Jasper; Sapphire (Lapis Lazuli); Chalcedony; Emerald; Sardonyx (Pink Tourmaline); Sardius (Ruby); Chrysolite; Beryl; Topaz; Chrysoprase; Jacinth; Amethyst. (Names are dependent on the Bible translation.)

The solid colored silks are jewel-tones, which are highly saturated color tones that have a likeness to precious or semi-precious gemstones. Scripture mentions gemstones in the Old Testament (Ex 28:17-21)  where God designated twelve stones to represent the twelve sons (tribes) of Israel and told Moses to place them in a breastplate to be worn by the high priest.  The names of the tribes were written on the stones; but it is no longer known which tribe was associated with which stone.  Their identity and colors were lost. Scholars have agreed upon the principal colors of a few stones: sardius (red), ruby, topaz, emerald, amethyst, sapphire, chrysolite (greenish yellow), beryl (white.)  Some of the breastplate stones are the same as those listed for the Holy City in Revelation 21:19,20. As described by the apostle John, the wall of the city has twelve foundation stones with the names of the twelve apostles of Christ written on them.  The fabric samples above are close matches to colors associated with each of these Biblical gemstones.