Texas Lorenzo de Zavala Flags – Sewn Cotton


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Sizes ranging from 16″x 24″ – 3×5 Heavy Sewn Cotton Lorenzo de Zavala Flags

These are beautifully appliqued and sewn cotton flags. Cotton flags feature a very heavy, luxurious look and feel. They are commonly used indoors because of their old-world, hand-crafted appearance but can also be flown outside at parades and special events, although they are not very durable or fade-resistant with prolonged exposure to the outdoor elements. Cotton flags are also suitable for framing and hanging indoors. The artwork is viewable from both sides and the lettering reads correctly from one side.

  • Heavy, soft cotton fabric
  • Appliqued and embroidered details
  • Heavy canvas header with brass grommets
  • 4 rows of stitching on the fly end

Available sizes

  • 16″x24″
  • 2×3
  • 3×5

History of the Zavala Flag

The Zavala Flag is believed by some historians to have been the first flag of the Republic of Texas. It was presented to the March 1836 convention that drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico as well as the original Texas Constitution. Lorenzo de Zavala, a famous Tejano patriot submitted the design of this “Lone Star National Flag of The Republic of Texas” during the said convention. However, no known surviving example or drawing of the flag exists. No one can be absolutely certain, but it is believed to have been a five-point white star on a blue background with white letters “T-E-X-A-S” placed between each of the five points.

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16"x 24", 2×3, 3×5