Calontir Kingdom Heraldry

Calontir has a long and proud tradition of heraldic display. The cross of Calatrava, the purple & gold, and the iconography of the falcon are all prominant features of the heraldry and popular artwork seen around the kingdom.

Looking instead for the heraldic designs of the kingdom's various awards? View them on the Calontir Awards page.

Arms of the Kingdom of Calontir

Blazon: Purpure, a cross of Calatrava, in chief a crown, within in bordure a laurel wreath Or. Registered in January 1984 Full-color vector .SVG Black & white line work vector .SVG

Arms of the Queen of Calontir

Blazon: Purpure, a cross of Calatrava, in chief a crown, within a wreath of roses lying as on a bordure argent. Registered in October 1984 Full-color vector .SVG Black & white line work vector .SVG

De Facto Arms of the Crown Prince of Calontir

In accordance with historical practice, the arms used by the Royal Heir are the arms of the Kingdom, differenced only by a label as seen here. In fact, the Kingdom does have different registered arms for the Crown Prince, but the registered arms are not in use and so are not shown here.

Blazon: Purpure, a cross of Calatrava, in chief a crown, within in bordure a laurel wreath Or, overall a label throughout argent. Full-color vector .SVG Black & white line work vector .SVG

Arms of the Crown Princess of Calontir

Blazon: Purpure, a cross of Calatrava, in chief a crown, within a wreath of trillium flowers lying as on a bordure argent. Registered in October 1984 Full-color vector .SVG Black & white line work vector .SVG

Calontir Populace Badge

Blazon: Purpure, a falcon striking within a bordure Or. Full-color .PNG Black & white line work .PNG

Ensign of Calontir

Blazon: Purpure, a cross of Calatrava Or. Full-color .PNG Black & white line work .PNG

SVG images created by Lord Giovanni Loredan using components of the heraldic graphics created by Mistress Gunnvôr silfrahárr. The striking falcon design is copywrite Mistress Olga Belabashnina Cherapanova and to be used solely within the context of the SCA.