Royal Warrants are granted to those who supply goods or services to the Royal Family. Warrant holders are allowed to advertise the fact that they hold a Royal Warrant which of course shows a certain level of prestige. The Royal crest above a citation plate stating the grantee’s trade is the traditional way that a Warrant holder advertises the status.
Ward Signs have patterns for The Duke of Edinburgh crest in the following sizes: 7” and 15” (sizes being measured approximately from top to bottom). Due to properties of the various materials available, crests for The Duke of Arms are generally made from cast aluminium. Once cast, the coat of arms is covered with enamel undercoat, hardened in a stove and then hand finished in full colour by our heraldic artists.
Royal warrants coats of arms for those appointed to Her Majesty The Queen. At the time of writing, Her Majesty the Queen has granted 686 Royal Warrants to different suppliers allowing them to display the Queen Elizabeth II crest with appropriate citation plaque below.
Royal Warrant Coat of Arms and Plaques made for grantees for His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales. To date, more than 170 regular suppliers of goods and services hold Royal Warrants of appointment to The Prince of Wales and can display the Royal Warrant Crest.
Fabulous and quick service received from Wards for new signage. Would highly recommend
I commissioned Wards of Bristol to produce a bronze memorial plaque, which featured the intricate engraving of a scarce butterfly. The resulting work is beautiful and has completely surpassed my expectations.
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Ward Signs was incredibly professional, prompt, and just plain wonderful to deal with. The quality of the product far exceeded my expectations; I absolutely will order from Ward again!
Ward Signs has recently completed a new range of signage for new client The Worshipful Company of Stationers in The City of London
Ward Signs has recently completed a new range of signage for new client Victoria & Albert Museum in London
Wards of Bristol provided bespoke wayfinding signage for Westonbirt Arboretum. Read more about this interesting bespoke project.