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Personalized Flag Cases

Flag Cases with engraved glass to display flags. All of our flag cases are made of American hard woods, and are built in the US with American made materials. Each case is hand made and hand stained. We engrave the front glass with your inscription and insignia or logo. Available with a cherry or oak finish. The back of the case is removable to place your flag in the case.


We offer two sizes of Display Cases:

Funeral Burial Flag Cases

Burial Flags are 5′ x 9.5′ and are draped over caskets of military veterans who served honorably in the United States military. The flags are presented to next of kin or family after the funeral. The flag is folded 13 times into a triangle and is approximately 24 inches wide and 11 inches tall when folded. Our burial flag cases are 25-3/8″ wide x 12 1/2″ tall x 3 1/4″ deep.

Available in cherry or oak

Ceremonial Flag Cases

Ceremonial flags are 3’x5′ and are often flown over the Capitol. These flags are smaller than burial flags and commemorate an occasion of a living person. These occasions include retirement and obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout.

Available in cherry or oak

Solid Wood Construction

Our cases are all constructed of genuine hard wood with a professional hand finish. Available finishes include Cherry and Oak.

Etched with Laser Engraving

We use laser engraving to etch the information onto the glass. We can include a logo or insignia along with details of the person and event.

Removal Back

The back of the case is easily removed to place a folded flag inside.

American Made

Our flag display cases are of the highest quality and are constructed by craftsman cabinet makers in North Carolina from all American sourced woods and components.

Insignias and Logos

We can etch a number of different insignias and logos. If you need one that we don’t list you can email us the logo and we’ll etch it

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Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration

To learn more about rules and eligibility of burial flags, visit their site: www.cem.va.gov/burial_benefits/burial_flags.asp

How to request a flag flown over the Capitol

Ceremonial flags are often flow over the capitol or other places to celebrate a significant event. The Architect of the Capitol (AOC) coordinates flags that are flown over the U.S. capitol. Members of Congress make requests to AOC for flags and AOC manages over 100,000 requests each year.

To request a flag contact your U.S. Senator or Congress. You may write them or visit their website. When visiting their website, look for a “Services’ link to find the area to request a flag.

Flown over the Pentagon

Flags can also be flown over the Pentagon. To learn more, visit the Department of Defense website:Pentagon Flag information page

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