Coats of Arms handcrafted out of stone
We produce our crests of stone either according to our own design or according to the draft of the client, for example the extract from the heraldic register. We can also endeavour a genealogist, to find out or create your very personal crest. Alternatively you can get your crest out of natural stone or out of high class cast stone
CRESTS AND PRIVATE LABELS - WHY DON`T YOU SHOW WHO YOU ARE?
In ancient days, when only a few were able to read and write, coats of arms and crests or house labels have been the only chance to point out to specific or prominent persons. They therefore used the speech of symbols. A very nice example is the crest of the family Büttner. On the blazon a pair of barrel makers cramps are shown which points out to the profession of a barrel maker. "Büttner" is the old German word for barrel maker. Besides there is an oak leaf shown which refers to the type of wood which was used, oak wood of coarse. Oak leaf cluster is also shown in the crest above the helmet. Everyone knew how to read these symbols an dso it was very clear that the holder of the crest must be a "Büttner". According to our opinion, coats of arms do even today have their authorization. A very nice example is the house label of the family Weckenmann, which was desigened lately. View now a few coats of arms and family crests from our workshop:
Listed family crest out of red sandstone
Crest of the Family "Jesch"
Crest of the Family "Büttner"
Crest of " Eckart & Son " Est.
A hedgehog, the logo of the family Jesch was integrated to the crest of
the township Oberasbach
yellowish cast sandstone
size of crest: 60 cm x 80 cm
unchanged taken over
from the official coat of
made of red sandstone
Size of crest: 60 x 70 cm
the coat of arms of the township Diespeck was extended by helmet, crestand mantling as well as a motto banner for the inscription
flowstone - gold plated
house board or house label of family Weckenmann the "wild man" is standing for "..mann" in the name,the three bread rolls stand for "Wecken.." the two MMs stand for the year of construction and the initials for the persons living in the house
family crest of family Pinsker
taken over unchanged from
the official coat of arms list
size of the crest: 60 x 80 cm
family crest of family Schaller
the association sign down right
on the blazon, points to the
student association Mr. Schaller
is a member of
material: brownish flowstone
size of the crest: 60 x 75 cm
name board out of red sandstone
size of the board: 50cm x 30 cm