The initial design and planning of these silver castings is crucial to a successful outcome, weight, functionality, fittings, assay marks and polish all come together with 3D artists, jewelers, casters and artisans in apparel and walking stick manufacture to create heirlooms that justify the time and effort.
Pendants, brooches, bonnet badges, buttons, cantles and croziers are just some examples of what can be achieved, get in touch to commission your arms in Edinburgh assayed silver.
I produce apparel printed 14cm square fringed and braided double sided table banners on a range of poles and bases, please use the read more link for prices and examples.
Tables banners are printed and constructed by hand, allowing the commission to be tailored in limitless ways, fringing and braiding need not follow your livery tinctures.
Bookplates add creative illustration and history to your library. My plates involve all the medium I work in, paint, pen and digital, depending on the will of the client. Non heraldic bookplates open the field too all. Commissions include a starting stock of 30 hand made plates in archival stock and this can be augmented with a larger illustration for wall mounting, please use the read more link for prices and examples.
The art of ex-libris is not limited to heraldry and provides a tremendous platform for creativity and practicality.
An embosser is a great way to make a heraldic impression! After a simplified two level matrix is created of your arms, crest or badge it is incised into a two part offsetting bronze matrix.
These bronze disks become a removable component of your own embosser and alternative bronze plates can be commissioned.
An embossed arms can be used to turn your A4 paper into a letter head, mark your envelopes or to emboss your own pack of adhesive serrated legal seals.