A collection of some of the Emblems and Livery commissoned by our valued customers.RETURN TO SITE
Emblem of Anthony Woodville
Emblem of Humphrey Stafford, Duke of Buckingham
Emblem of George, Duke of Clarence
From Lionel of Antwrep, first Duke of Clarence, second son of Edward III , from which the Yorkists are also decendant
Emblem of Humphrey de Stafford, 6th Earl of Stafford
Emblem of Henry Lord Grey of Codnor (Father of Lady Jane Grey)
Emblem of William Lord Hastings.
Bulls head erased at the neck, horned, crowned around the neck.
Emblem of Richard II. A Hart Argent lodged, ducally gorged and chained.
Originally from his mother, Joan of Kent
Emblem of Sir John Paston
Emblem of John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk
Emblem of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick
Emblem of Edward, Duke of York
A Falcon Argent, in a fetterlock of gold
King Edward IV, King Edward V
The Logo of the Lead reenactment group, made into a Livery Emblem
Emblem of Richard III, Duke of York
The emblem used by the Caption of The Douglas Retinue.
Emblem of Henry VII
Emblem of Sir Henry Wingfield
Douglas, Archibald [called Archibald the Grim, Archibald the Terrible, lord of Galloway and third earl of Douglas (c.1320–1400), magnate, was the illegitimate son of Sir James Douglas, lord of Douglas (d. 1330). He took his third nickname from his and his father's dark complexions.
Specially made for a clients wedding
Livery and Badges made for Les Routiers de Rouen, used at the reinternment of Richard III
Hand made by friend of Medieval Livery, Neil Elverson
Individually made to your size. Can be made in Calico or Linen.