On the hoist the Arms differenced by a three point label and on the
fly Argent three representations of the Badge alternating with the
motto Excellentiam Condens the whole fringed Or and Azure.
The armiger is Heir Apparent to the
Lordship of Knowstone and is a life member of The Manorial Society
of Great Britain.
The charges of two turrets in red (Gules), represent the armigerís
fatherís architectural profession. The book in green (Vert) Ė closed
represents academia - architecture teaching. The two wavy lines,
Blue (Azure) and White (Argent) - represent the sea or ocean and
along with the Lymphad in gold (Or), it represents the armigerís
fatherís early Royal Naval service.
The Crest of a Coronet and a Black
(Sable) Swan holding an anchor Gold (Or) symbolises perfection,
beauty, and grace with the anchor once again reflecting the
armigerís fatherís early Royal Naval service.
The Coronet of Gold
(Or) featuring a cross and stylised Lions Head in Gold (Or)
represents the manorial fief as does the badge of a Tudor Red
(Gules) Rose with stylised Lions Head in Gold (Or). The badge is
described quite simply and effectively as The Lion Tudor Rose. The
Latin motto translated to English is Building Excellence. The
armiger is a keen ocean sailing yachtsman.