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After the Harp
The base and frame of our Irish flag oval chrome emblem are made of chrome-plated metal (not plastic!) The decal within the frame is laminated with 1/8" (31 mm) thick PVC -- guaranteed not to chip, fade, or bleed. Attaches in seconds using a paint-safe 3M foam tape that will withstand extreme weather and car washes. It measures 3.65" x 2.5" x 0.125" (9.27 x 6.35 x 0.31 cm). This emblem is made in the USA of real metal (not the metal foil that cheap knockoffs use) and designed to last for years in outdoor conditions. Get your Irish on.
Are you curious...?
Green represents Ireland's Gaelic tradition; orange represents the followers of William of Orange; and white represents hopes for peace between them -- that's the Irish government's official explanation. Some French women sympathetic to the Irish cause presented the first Irish tricolor to Thomas Francis Meagher in 1848, but it wasn't recognized as the national flag until the Easter Rising of 1916. Before then, Ireland had a green flag with a depiction of a harp.