Make your Family Crests And Coat of Arms.

We will do any family crest onto wood for you. There are many different sizes and types of wood you can have it done on. Its your Crest and you have the freedom to make it like you want it. We also do standard packages ranging from small to XXL(door sized). If you are unsure of your family crest we can help you find your origin. 

Heraldic designs came into general use among western nobility in the 12th century. Systematic, heritable heraldry had developed by the beginning of the 13th century. Exactly who had a right to use arms, by law or social convention, varied to some degree between countries. Early heraldic designs were personal, used by individual noblemen (who might also alter their chosen design over time). Arms become hereditary by the end of the 12th century, in England by King Richard I during the Third Crusade (1189–1192)

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Heraldic designs came into general use among western nobility in the 12th century. Systematic, heritable heraldry had developed by the beginning of the 13th century. Exactly who had a right to use arms, by law or social convention, varied to some degree between countries. Early heraldic designs were personal, used by individual noblemen (who might also alter their chosen design over time). Arms become hereditary by the end of the 12th century, in England by King Richard I during the Third Crusade (1189–1192)

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People sometimes refer to a family crest by other names, such as a shield of arms or coat of arms. The terms “family crest” and “coat of arms” have become interchangeable, but they started out with tangible differences, as we’ll see later. You may also run across the term heraldry. This term originates from a European custom dating back to the Middle Ages. Heralds, or announcers, would introduce knights at competitions, and spectators could distinguish each knight by the design adorning his shield, helmet and armor. This design was his crest. Medieval illustrations of knights and their horses show that the horses’ gear was often decorated with the same design, too .

Think of a crest like a trademark or custom stamp. Crests were passed down by men to their firstborn male offspring, similar to how a man named William Jones might name his son William Jones Jr. In a tradition known as cadency, the father’s other sons embellished on this crest to create a semi-original one to represent their own families