Royal Warrants are granted by members of the Royal Family and show that the grantee supplies goods or a service to either HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales. Such accreditation shows of course that the grantee may be associated with appropriate excellence and quality. Warrant holders may be allowed to display the appropriate Royal Coat of Arms, above a citation plate describing the service provided to the member of the Royal Family.
Ward Signs produce The Prince of Wales crest in the following sizes: 7”, 15” and 22” (sizes being measured approximately from top to bottom). Due to the manufacturing process, crests for The Prince of Wales are generally made from cast aluminium, although other mediums may be available upon request. Cast aluminium crests are coated with enamel base paint, hardened in a stove and then hand painted by our heraldic artists.
We have recently produced Royal Warrant Coats of Arms for Fortnum and Mason and Jaguar Landrover.
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 Coats of Arms and Citation Plaques for those bearing a Royal Warrant for His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh. To date, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh has granted 38 Royal Warrants
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.
The service received was also fast, courteous and well-priced, and I would gladly recommend Wards to anyone I know.
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.