South Carolina State Flags
Much like other state flags, South Carolina’s flag has a navy blue field. But there is some question to the meaning of the crescent moon in the upper right corner. Some believe that the symbol was worn on the caps of Revolutionary soldiers; others speculate that the symbol is an emblem of the city of Charleston as well as the Colony of South Carolina. The palmetto tree was added when this flag was adopted in 1861; it represents the defense of Fort Moultrie (which was made from palmetto logs).
We're proud to offer the South Carolina state flag in two different outdoor fabrics, including nylon for an South Carolina flag that flies in a light wind and an extra-tough polyester South Carolina flag designed to withstand the elements. Even our miniature 4 inch by 6 inch South Carolina flags mounted to a plastic dowel are perfect for classroom, special events, parades and more! Looking for something for a parade or indoor application? Our indoor fringed South Carolina flags feature luxurious gold fringe on 3 sides and a pole sleeve end for a clean look.