Heraldry

The   processes   of   commissioning   coats   of   arms   demand   a   strict   adherence   to   heraldic   rules   established hundreds of years ago. Use a professional partner when looking for heraldic service s.
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  Assume Arms

Assuming arms correctly can only be done by following heraldic tradition. Let me create your new coat of arms according to old heraldic custom. This will ensure that you wil be able to register it with a renomated heraldic society.  $0,00   

 

  Commission Arms

Wether you have a historic Coat of Arms you can commission my services to have your coat fo arms recreated in my distinctive style. $0,00   
Assume arms Assume arms Commission your arms

Heraldry rules: a general guide

When   speaking   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   a   set   of   rules   that   constitute   best   practice.   Since   herladic authorities   in   different   countries   established   different   rules,   this   leaves   from   for   much   misunderstanding   and different   interpretation.   At   its   most   basic   level   we   can   define   the   rules   as   tincture   rules   that   take   into account: variations of the field, divisions of the field, ordinaries, charges and  marshalling.

  Introduction to heraldry

Ever   wonder   what   is   meant   by   shield,   charges,   helmet,   crest,   mantling,   banner,   rank   and   shield   coronet, achievement and supporters? Watch our introductory video. $0,00   

  Tincture rule: part 1

The tincture rules will be dealt with at a future stage. $0,00   

  Tincture rule: part 2

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Introduction to heraldry Introduction to heraldry

Heraldry rules: Introduction to heraldry

The   term   "coat   of   arms"   technically   refers   to   the   shield   of   arms   itself,   but   the   phrase   is   commonly   used   to refer   to   the   entire   achievement.   Heraldic   rules   regarding   the   correct   composition   vary   from   country   to country.   When   we   speak   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   „good   practice“   that   is   common   to   most   jurisdictions.   An heraldic   achievement   consists   of   a   shield   of   arms,   together   with   all   of   its   accompanying   elements,   such   as   a crest,   supporters,   and   other   heraldic   embellishments.   The   one   indispensable   element   of   a   coat   of   arms   is the shield; many ancient coats of arms consist of nothing else, but no coat of arms exists without a shield.

Introduction to heraldry

Ever   wonder   what   is   meant   by   shield,   charges,   helmet,   crest,   mantling,   banner,   rank   and   shield   coronet, achievement and supporters? Watch our introductory video. All rights reserved 0,00   

    

Heraldic rules

When   speaking   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   a   set   of   rules   that   constitute   best   practice.   Since   herladic authorities   in   different   countries   established   different   rules,   this   leaves   from   for   much   misunderstanding   and different   interpretation.   At   its   most   basic   level   we   can   define   the   rules   as   tincture   rules   that   take   into account: variations of the field, divisions of the field, ordinaries, charges and  marshalling. $0,00    $0,00    $0,00    $0,00   
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Heraldry

The    processes    of    commissioning    coats    of    arms    demand    a    strict adherence   to   heraldic   rules   established   hundreds   of   years   ago.   Use   a professional partner when looking for heraldic service s.

  Assume Arms

Assuming arms correctly can only be done by following heraldic tradition. Let me create your new coat of arms according to old heraldic custom. This will ensure that you wil be able to register it with a renomated heraldic society.  $0,00   

 

  Commission Arms

Wether you have a historic Coat of Arms you can commission my services to have your coat fo arms recreated in my distinctive style. $0,00   
heraldry rules heraldry rules Commission your arms Assume arms Assume arms

Heraldry rules: a general guide

When    speaking    of    heraldic    rules    we    mean    a    set    of    rules    that constitute    best    practice.    Since    herladic    authorities    in    different countries    established    different    rules,    this    leaves    from    for    much misunderstanding   and   different   interpretation.   At   its   most   basic   level we   can   define   the   rules   as   tincture   rules   that   take   into   account: variations   of   the   field,   divisions   of   the   field,   ordinaries,   charges   and     marshalling.

  Introduction to heraldry

Ever    wonder    what    is    meant    by    shield,    charges,    helmet,    crest, mantling,    banner,    rank    and    shield    coronet,    achievement    and supporters? Watch our introductory video. $0,00   

  Tincture rule: part 1

The tincture rules will be dealt with at a future stage. $0,00   

  Tincture rule: part 2

Get in touch if you would like me to expand this section. $0,00    $0,00    $0,00    $0,00   
Introduction to heraldry Introduction to heraldry

Heraldry rules: Introduction to heraldry

The   term   "coat   of   arms"   technically   refers   to   the   shield   of   arms itself,   but   the   phrase   is   commonly   used   to   refer   to   the   entire achievement.   Heraldic   rules   regarding   the   correct   composition   vary from   country   to   country.   When   we   speak   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean „good   practice“   that   is   common   to   most   jurisdictions.   An   heraldic achievement   consists   of   a   shield   of   arms,   together   with   all   of   its accompanying   elements,   such   as   a   crest,   supporters,   and   other heraldic   embellishments.   The   one   indispensable   element   of   a   coat of   arms   is   the   shield;   many   ancient   coats   of   arms   consist   of   nothing else, but no coat of arms exists without a shield.

Introduction to heraldry

Ever   wonder   what   is   meant   by   shield,   charges,   helmet,   crest, mantling,   banner,   rank   and   shield   coronet,   achievement   and supporters? Watch our introductory video. All rights reserved 0,00   

    

Heraldic rules

When   speaking   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   a   set   of   rules   that constitute   best   practice.   Since   herladic   authorities   in   different countries   established   different   rules,   this   leaves   from   for   much misunderstanding   and   different   interpretation.   At   its   most   basic level   we   can   define   the   rules   as   tincture   rules   that   take   into account:   variations   of   the   field,   divisions   of   the   field,   ordinaries, charges and  marshalling. $0,00    $0,00    $0,00    $0,00   
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Heraldry

The   processes   of   commissioning   coats   of   arms   demand   a   strict   adherence   to   heraldic   rules established    hundreds    of    years    ago.    Use    a    professional    partner    when    looking    for    heraldic service s.
heraldry rules heraldry rules

  Assume Arms

Assuming arms correctly can only be done by following heraldic tradition. Let me create your new coat of arms according to old heraldic custom. This will ensure that you wil be able to register it with a renomated heraldic society.  $0,00   

 

  Commission Arms

Wether you have a historic Coat of Arms you can commission my services to have your coat fo arms recreated in my distinctive style. $0,00   
Assume arms Assume arms Commission your arms Commission your arms

Heraldry rules: a general guide

When   speaking   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   a   set   of   rules   that   constitute   best   practice. Since   herladic   authorities   in   different   countries   established   different   rules,   this   leaves from   for   much   misunderstanding   and   different   interpretation.   At   its   most   basic   level   we can   define   the   rules   as   tincture   rules   that   take   into   account:   variations   of   the   field, divisions of the field, ordinaries, charges and  marshalling.

  Introduction to heraldry

Ever   wonder   what   is   meant   by   shield,   charges,   helmet,   crest,   mantling,   banner,   rank   and shield coronet, achievement and supporters? Watch our introductory video. $0,00   

  Tincture rule: part 1

The tincture rules will be dealt with at a future stage. $0,00   

  Tincture rule: part 2

Get in touch if you would like me to expand this section. $0,00    $0,00    $0,00    $0,00   
Introduction to heraldry Introduction to heraldry

Heraldry rules: Introduction to heraldry

The   term   "coat   of   arms"   technically   refers   to   the   shield   of   arms   itself,   but   the   phrase   is commonly    used    to    refer    to    the    entire    achievement.    Heraldic    rules    regarding    the    correct composition   vary   from   country   to   country.   When   we   speak   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   „good practice“   that   is   common   to   most   jurisdictions.   An   heraldic   achievement   consists   of   a   shield   of arms,   together   with   all   of   its   accompanying   elements,   such   as   a   crest,   supporters,   and   other heraldic   embellishments.   The   one   indispensable   element   of   a   coat   of   arms   is   the   shield;   many ancient coats of arms consist of nothing else, but no coat of arms exists without a shield.

Introduction to heraldry

Ever   wonder   what   is   meant   by   shield,   charges,   helmet,   crest,   mantling,   banner,   rank and shield coronet, achievement and supporters? Watch our introductory video. All rights reserved 0,00   

    

Heraldic rules

When   speaking   of   heraldic   rules   we   mean   a   set   of   rules   that   constitute   best   practice. Since   herladic   authorities   in   different   countries   established   different   rules,   this   leaves from   for   much   misunderstanding   and   different   interpretation.   At   its   most   basic   level   we can   define   the   rules   as   tincture   rules   that   take   into   account:   variations   of   the   field, divisions of the field, ordinaries, charges and  marshalling. $0,00    $0,00    $0,00    $0,00   
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