SHEBA IMPORTS PRESENTS
Woodland Coat of Arms
First, may we take a moment to correct a common myth? . . . . There is no such thing as a "Family Crest" or "Family Coat of Arms" The Coat of Arms that bears your name was bestowed upon one individual and to that individual alone. A more correct term is Achievement of Arms, Armorial bearings, or Coat of Arms. The Crest is an appendage or subsidiary part, mounted on the helm (the Stag head in the Armorial bearing/Coat of Arms below is a crest).
The name of Woodland appears in various regions of Great Britain, although in this case we have chosen the family from Kent as an example of the stages required to produce a finely detailed bullion (fine silks, gold & silver wire) item.
Stage 1. Based upon the client's information, we proceed with the research in order to find the appropriate armorial bearing, although it should be understood that they were bestowed upon one individual, and to that individual alone.
Stage 2. The finished, full colour artwork is then presented and approved by the client before we proceed to the next stage.
Stage 3. Finally the artwork is given to our embroiderers and the finished article (Blazer badge or Family Coat of Arms) is completed. Time frame approximately 8 to 10 weeks.