Armorial Achievement

The term achievement, properly armorial achievement, means the whole display showing shield, helmet, crest, mantling, wreath, and, if appropriate, additaments such as a motto.

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The Armorial Achievement of

Lieutenant Colonel The Honourable Osborne Augustus Daniel Arul Neill Wrigley-Pimley-McKerr III

formerly of Brereton House and Fort Wrigley

 

 

Arms: Quarterly 1st and 4th, Sable on a bend Murrey fimbriated Or between two elephant tusks proper butt-capped Or both bendwise the dexter tusk butt to chief and the sinister tusk butt to base three bear heads erased Argent (for Wrigley-Pimley-McKerr), 2nd and 3rd Per chevron rompu Bleu Celeste and Argent the peak ensigned with a Mar Thoma Sliba Or in chief two shankhas addorsed palewise Argent fimbriated Or embellished with gemstones Rose and in base upon a roundel Bleu Celeste a lotus blossom flower Rose fimbriated Or (for Wrigley).

Crests: 1st, On a wreath Argent and Sable an elephant statant affronty wearing a mitre and holding by its trunk three peacock train feathers bendwise sinister proper, 2nd From a crest coronet of alternating lotus blossoms and acorns Or two shofars palewise (interlocked in a spiral) their apertures outwards entwined by a branch of holly leaved and fructed Proper.

Mottos: 1st Semper excelsius, 2nd From good ground.

Designers: Mr. Michael Conrad Swanson and Mr. Philip Douglas Blanton.

Artist: Prof. Ljubodrag Grujić.