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WoodLtd Studio collection of coat of arms and crest doors will enhance your home with extraordinary craftsmanship. Now you can view our entire collection at www.woodltd.com and www.the-wood.com. In 2000 WoodLtd began as a small Thailand's studio with 5 employees. During those early days, we established a culture based on inspired vision, thoughtful planning and diligent craftsmanship. This culture has helped us become a well respected door, window and metal gate studio with exports to over 50 countries.

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Coat of Arms Door Crest Door Heraldry Door

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Insignia Door Emblem Door Emperor Door

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COADR107 COADR108 COADR109
Monarch Door King Door Aristocrat Door

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COADR110 COADR111 COADR112
Royal Door Admiral Door Embassy Door

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COADR113 COADR114 COADR115
Company Door Signature Door Trade Door

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COADR116 COADR117 COADR118
Commerce Door Design Door Personal Door

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Dignity Door Splendid Door Lord Door

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Coat of Arms The origin of the term coat of arms is in the surcoat, the cloth tunic worn over amour to shield it from the sun's rays. It repeated the bearer's arms as they appeared on his banner or pennon and on his shield, and it was particularly useful to the heralds as they toured the battlefield identifying the dead. It also identified the knight in the social surroundings of the tournament. What today is popularly termed a coat of arms is properly an armorial or heraldic achievement and consists of a shield accompanied by a warrior's helmet, the mantling which protects his neck from the sun (usually slashed fancifully to suggest having been worn in battle), the wreath which secures the mantling and crest to the helmet, and the crest itself (the term for the device above the helmet, not a synonym for the arms). Additions to the achievement may include badges, mottoes, supporters, and a crown or coronet.

European coat of arms, sometimes known as an achievement or as armorial ensigns or bearings is designed according to the rules of heraldry. Japanese coats of arms, called kamon (often abbreviated "mon"), are family crests which often date back to the tenth or eleventh century, and are still actively used in Japan today.

History Coat of Arms brief history: In the days when princes and knights were encased in armor while leading their soldiers in battle it was difficult to distinguish friend from foe. It finally became the custom to place upon the shield or breastplate of a leader some distinctive mark or design by which the soldiers could readily identify and follow him. During winter, armor being cold, princes often wore coats which obscured the markings on the breastplate. Hence these markings were embroidered on their coats. In this manner the term, Coat of Arms originated, the word, Arms being applied to the particular design denoting the individual or family entitled by royal authority to use it. Thus the Coat of Arms, as we know it today, is a relic of the old armorial insignia, divested of the coat on which it was embroidered.



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