Heraldry dates back to the middle ages when knights in their full suits of armour were recognised by the crests they bore.

Today County Councils, Universities, Courts of Law and Embassies abroad use coats of arms, crests, logos and emblems for their identification.

Our Master Sign-Makers can create large and small coats of arms in glass-fibre, cast aluminium, cast bronze, or ultimately Carved wood.

All of our heraldic Art is hand painted in our own studio by our own craftsmen, with Gold Burnishing to finish the effect.

Royal Crests or Royal Warrants or other designated warrants' can be supplied with citation plates giving a brief description of the bearer. Citation plates can be made from most materials.