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Family Arms Range Rings

Historical Styles To Incorporate Your Family Arms
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Your family coat of arms engraved onto a signet ring of your choice. Choose ring shape to suit you, precious metal to suit your budget, arms style similar to your artwork or that you simply like the look of.

The Family Arms range incorporates the details of your shield and crest into any coat of arms style. If you don’t have artwork we can source the oldest registered coat of arms associated with your family name.

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Parts of a Coat of Arms

You may have seen your arms depicted in different ways: The arms important parts are the contents of the shield and the crest. The remaining components, helm, mantling and ribbon, are purely decoration and will change over time according to the style of the age. However the contents of your shield and crest will remain the same over the centuries.

LEFT: Typical Coat of Arms - Red: Particular to your name - Black: Decoration
RIGHT: Selection of Family Arms Rings
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Selection of Arms Styles - Available on Any Ring of Your Choice:


  • Strobel Family Name / Norman Style Arms / Elevated Engraving


    Norman Style Arms

  • Norman Style Arms

    Simple minimal clear design reminiscent of early heraldic arms from 11th Century and high medieval period. Can be used where there is no crest applied to your arms. The style is clear and bold, allowing plenty of space for the key components of the shield to be visible, used with or without name/motto banner.

    Our Example Shows Elevated Style Engraving of Shield & Name


    Plantagenet Style Arms

    This arms is a popular design, similar to a style originating in this later high medieval period. Graced by the bold imposing ‘great helm’. This style of helmet was used in the 12th century and became a symbol of the crusades.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'
  • Williams Plantagenet Style Arms


    Plantagenet Style


  • Johnson Tudor Style Arms


    Tudor Style

  • Tudor Style Arms

    More decorative mantling and helm styles became popular at the time of the renaissance, when artistry became synonymous with, and a symbol of learning. This versatile style of arms allows for plenty of space to incorporate an ornate crest.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'


    Habsburg Style Arms

    Ornamental, ornate and imposing style or arms with choice of decorative supporters. Popularised throughout Europe C15th - C16th, originating in Austria where this ruling family dominated Europe. Have some fun choosing your own combination of helmet and supporters.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'
  • Fitzpatrick Habsburg Style Arms


    Habsburg Style


  • Kenney Lombardy Style Arms


    Lombardy Style

  • Lombardy Style Arms

    Across Europe, but particularly from the regions of what is now northern Italy, on town walls of forgotten principalities, you can see examples similar in style where the shield is decorated just with a helmet and simple decoration. This feminine style of arms suits a smaller signet ring favoured by petite hands. It allows the key details of the shield to be seen clearly even on a smaller ring head.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'


    Louis XIV Style Arms

    Exemplifying everything about the ornate style of the baroque era, this ornate and decorative style of arms will suit a larger ring head to depict the details of your shield and crest, although space can be saved by choosing not to have a ribbon.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'
  • Smith Louis XIV Style Arms


    Louis XIV Style


  • Davis Modern Style Arms


    Modern Style

  • Modern Style Arms

    Today some heraldic artists choose to depict new arms in new ways. This style of arms exhibits clean flowing lines of the mantling and elegant minimal helmet allowing plenty of space for your shield and crest to be engraved clearly.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'


    Union Arms

    A simple idea that has been used through the centuries, when two families are joined the shields are depicted together. This has been done in countless different ways, we have tailored this style to incorporate 2 family shields onto the face of a classic signet ring to make the most of your coat of arms.

    Example Shows Engraving 'For Show' - Enlarged Image 'Traditional Seal / Reversed'
  • XXX Union Style Arms


    Union Style


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