Cornish symbols: St Piran's Flag (white cross /black background); The Duchy of Cornwall shield of 15 gold bezants/black field. Black, white & gold symbolize Cornwall. In Cornish poetry the chough = the spirit of Cornwall; also it's a nickname for Cornish people. Anvil = Cornish nationalism, esp. extreme. Fish, tin & copper are traditional main industries. Flowers: broom, furze (gorse), rhododendron, many favour Cornish heath (Erica vagans). Tree = sessile oak/Cornish oak. Dish = Cornish…

Cornish symbols: St Piran's Flag (white cross /black background); The Duchy of Cornwall shield of 15 gold bezants/black field. Black, white & gold symbolize Cornwall. In Cornish poetry the chough = the spirit of Cornwall; also it's a nickname for Cornish people. Anvil = Cornish nationalism, esp. extreme. Fish, tin & copper are traditional main industries. Flowers: broom, furze (gorse), rhododendron, many favour Cornish heath (Erica vagans). Tree = sessile oak/Cornish oak. Dish = Cornish…

The Cornish tartan reflects the colours of Cornwall    Gold represents the  Celtic Kings of Cornwall    Grey represents the white tin that's  smelted from the black ore in Cornwall    Blue represents the sea of  the Cornish coastline    Black and white represents the  flag of St. Piran    Red represents the Cornish chough's  red beak and legs

The Cornish tartan reflects the colours of Cornwall Gold represents the Celtic Kings of Cornwall Grey represents the white tin that's smelted from the black ore in Cornwall Blue represents the sea of the Cornish coastline Black and white represents the flag of St. Piran Red represents the Cornish chough's red beak and legs

The royal rowbarge Gloriana flying the Cornish flag. This was the first time since Henry VIII's coronation that Cornwall was being officially and publicly acknowledged as a nation of the UK, separate from, and distinct from, the other 5.

The royal rowbarge Gloriana flying the Cornish flag. This was the first time since Henry VIII's coronation that Cornwall was being officially and publicly acknowledged as a nation of the UK, separate from, and distinct from, the other 5.

ST PIRAN | St Piran Cornish Flag Tartan | Cornwall: Designed by A. Armstrong Evans (Registry #1618)     ✫ღ⊰n

ST PIRAN | St Piran Cornish Flag Tartan | Cornwall: Designed by A. Armstrong Evans (Registry #1618) ✫ღ⊰n

Links to 2 OLd Cornwall bookshops with 250 nonfiction books and chapbooks written by locals.

Links to 2 OLd Cornwall bookshops with 250 nonfiction books and chapbooks written by locals.

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