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WoodLtd Studio crest and coat of arms doors: heraldry has been termed "the shorthand of history", the earliest known heraldic device is the Chaldean bas relief from 4,000 BC. Modern crests and logos are used by corporate world, royalty, kings, embassies, families, the state and local authorities, the emergency services and numerous of other organizations. Within the licensed trade the arms or crest may have the addition of the pub and brewers name.

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Crest History In the 17th to 19th centuries, the period known to armorists as the Decadence, arms were embellished to record personal or family history, often in ways that ignored the traditions of heraldry's origins. Arms were designed for organizations far removed from war-schools, universities, guilds, churches, fraternal societies, and even modern corporations-to symbolize the meanings of their mottoes or to hint at their histories. During the 20th century, however, there was a return to the classical simplicity of the early heraldic art, exemplified in the medieval rolls that were compiled when arms were slowly being organized into a disciplined system.

The crest short history: A crest is the object placed on top of the helmet and bound to it by what is known as a wreath of the colors, a twist of cloth (part of the mantling) of the two principal colors of the arms. Sometimes, instead of the wreath, the crest will use a coronet or a chapeau (a velvet cap of maintenance lined with ermine). Crests were at first made of leather, later of light wood, and yet later of more valuable materials. They were at first borne in tournaments, and they became general in families in England from the 16th century when the venal heralds of that period persuaded crestless families to acquire the addition for a payment. Today a crest is automatically included in any grant of arms made in England, Scotland or Ireland.



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Heraldry: the science and the art that deal with the use, display, and regulation of hereditary symbols employed to distinguish individuals, armies, institutions, and corporations. These symbols, which originated as identification devices on flags and shields, are called armorial bearings.


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Coat of arms: A tabard or sur-coat blazoned with bearings. An arrangement of bearings, usually depicted on and around a shield, that indicates ancestry and distinctions. A representation of bearings.

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Coat of Arms brief history: the principal part of a system of hereditary symbols dating back to early medieval Europe, used primarily to establish identity in battle. Arms evolved to denote family descent, adoption, alliance, property ownership and eventually, profession.

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Heraldry is the science and art of describing coats-of-arms, also referred to as achievements or armorial bearings. Its origins lie in the need to distinguish participants in battles or jousts and to describe the various devices they carried or painted on their shields.
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