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Oleg Diaczenko

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 28th Feb. 2016. Registration No. 0384 (Vol.3)..

Arms: Azure a lion Argent armed and langued Gules over a lekawica (a piece formed by two inverted chevrons conjoined in fess couped) counter-compony of the second and the first and fimbriated Or, his tail being shown behind the lekawica; and in chief, a bezant charged with a hurt touching the upper sinister side of the said bezant, with flames Argent issuant to the sides from the latter.

Crest: Between two horns couped (modo Germanico) Azure charged with fesses Argent and Azure, the dexter parted per fess and tierced per bend sinister, and the sinister parted per fess and tierced per bend, both fimbriated Or, a lion sejant Argent armed and langued Gules and charged on his breast with a cross anchory fitchy Gules over a bezant.

Motto: Jamais Abattu

Assumed: Poland, on the 12th of July, 2015.

The Arms of Oleg Diaczenko

Heraldic Artist: Michael Y. Medvedev.

The silver lion is derived from the arms of O[u]chterlony, an extant Scottish family and clan related to the armigerís lineage. The lion resembles an Asian bars or snow leopard (Uncia uncia) and his appearance emphasizes the armigerís mixed origin, including ancestors from the Ottoman Empire.

The lekawica, a piece specific for the Polish-Lithuanian heraldic traditions, corresponds both to the Polish roots and the Polish residence of the armiger. The composed structure of this piece echoes the brick-making company formerly held by the armigerís ancestors, the Shmelyovs, a well-known merchant family of Moscow. The upper part of the shield is occupied by a conventional representation of a solar eclipse, which represents a balance of light and shade, and reminds of the ephemeral nature of any darkness. In addition, a particular day of a total solar eclipse has been life changing for the armiger.

The lion appears again in the crest, combined with a haloed cross of a slightly unusual form, intended to reflect the ecumenical religious and cultural aspirations. The horns form a traditional continental crest adornment.

Through the Lady Rupertaís daughter the armiger is distantly related to Prince Rupert of the Rhine. Hence, the silver and blue lozenge motif as well as the general composition of the crest.
 

 
 

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