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The Brit Workshop

Police thin blue line 3D British flag

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£225.00 GBP
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The British flag wall art is made from solid pine, the red and blue parts of the British flag are coloured black and finished with clear varnish, the white parts are left natural scorched pine and finished with boiled linseed oil. A wooden moulding stained blue is added to represent our police service.

The back has D rings and rope to hang wherever you want. Screws and wall plugs are supplied, these are for solid concrete or brick walls. For plasterboard walls, please use the appropriate fixings. It is recommended that you have the flag professionally installed.

As these flags are 5kg, a competent installer should be used.

As wood is a natural product, deviations in grains and knot placements are common, this makes every piece unique.


    76cm x 38cm x 4.5cm

    Weight 5kg


    Please allow up to 10 working days from day of purchase for delivery.


    The national flag of the United Kingdom is the Union Flag, also known as the Union Jack.

    The "thin blue line" is a term that typically refers to the concept of the police as the line which keeps society from descending into violent chaos. The "blue" in "thin blue line" refers to the blue colour of the uniforms of many police departments.

    The phrase originated as an allusion to the British infantry regiment The thin red line during the Crimean war in 1854, wherein the regiment of Scottish Highlanders -wearing red uniforms - famously held off a Russian cavalry charge. It's use referring specifically to the police was popularized by Los Angeles Police Chief Bill Parker during the 1950s; author and police officer Joseph Wambaugh in the 1970s, by which time "thin blue line" was used across the United States; and Errol Morris's documentary The thin blue line (1988).