Land of Enchantment
The simple yet symbolic flag of New Mexico has a rich history and even deeper meaning.
The red and yellow colors used are the same colors of the Conquistadors who explored New Mexico in
the 16th century. The red emblem in the center references the ancient sun symbol used by the Zia - a
Native American people indigenous to the region.
The Zia believed that four was a sacred number, therefore the symbol has four sections
emanating from the center, of which each section has its own four parts. They represent the north,
south, east, and west; the four stages of life; and the four seasons. Adopted in 1925, this meaningful
flag has been flown over the beautiful land of New Mexico for decades. It has bound the people
together underneath the circle of life, and reminds natives of the importance of a strong body,
clear mind, pure spirit, and devotion to family.
Minimum Order of $60 Required
Available in three different sizes to fit your space requirements. Select from heading and
grommets only, pole hem only, fringe only or pole hem and fringe together.
Constructed from heavy duty 200 denier nylon, finished with a canvas heading and grommets.
- UV Resistant Fabric.
- Canvas Heading with Brass Grommets.
- Optional Pole Hem & Fringe Finishing.
- Color Matched Thread.
- Full 1/4" Turn on All Seams.
- Chain Stitch on All Horizontal Seams.
- All Flags are quadruple stitched and back tacked (4 rows of stitching) at the fly hem.