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Jarrod Ross Tuikka, B.Mus, M.Mus

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 16th August 2015. Registration No. 0354 (Vol.2).

Arms: Gyronny of six arrondia Argent and Azure, six musical bass clefs gyronways counterchanged.

Crest:  On nine heraldic roses Or, a Finnish lion rampant Vert, langued Gules, crowned Or, the dexter forelimb as a human arm vambraced and brandishing a sword held by the hand, all proper.

Motto: Docendo Discimus

Private Registration: The American College of Heraldry, November 29, 2014 Registration number 3754.

The Arms of Jarrod Ross Tuikka, B.Mus, M.Mus

The arms reflect the life and heritage of the armiger with a great economy of images. As a classically trained cellist the use of six Bass Clefs emanating from the centre of the shield immediately recommend themselves to a wheel like arrangement and in turn suggest a Gyronny Arrondia partition in  gyronways counterchanging. Since the armiger is of Finnish ancestry on both sides of his family the use of the Finnish national colours of blue and white seemed most appropriate for the shield and mantling.

The armiger grew up in Seattle, Washington and in seeking some reference to his home state for his crest hit upon the idea of using the sword wielding Heraldic Lion from the Finnish Coat of Arms but now depicted in green in allusion to Washington's nickname as the "Evergreen State". The gold heraldic roses on the crest are also taken from the Finnish national Arms.

Finally, as a high school orchestra director, the armiger saw a double meaning in his motto "Docendo Discimus" (By Teaching we are Taught) which perfectly alludes to his teaching philosophy while also being the actual motto of his undergraduate Alma Mater, Central Washington University.

 
 

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