Artist: Katy Lumsden.
For a badge: A cross crosslet Gules between four fleur-de-lis in saltire Or. Artist: Dan Escott.
Artist: Ton de Witte
Personal design of three puffins, the armiger's favourite bird. The crest and the tassels (as fish) and helmet (reflecting a puffin) were designed by Tom de Witte.
For a badge: Within two branches of Oak the stems crossed in saltire Or leaved alternately Or and Vert fructed with Oak Apples Or a Wyvern reguardant Argent holding in the dexter foot a Sword erect Or and resting the sinister foot on a closed Book Gules leaved proper.
Artist: Alison Hill.
Mantling: vert doubled or (though not recorded in letters patent)
Artist: Andrew Stewart Jamieson ©2022
The piles reversed represent mountains as a nod to Sir Edwin's mountaineering interests, and the ship's wheel relates to his service in the navy during the Great War and his love of sailing. The motto "Levavi Oculos" is drawn from the first line of Psalm 121 "I will lift up mine eyes [unto the hills]", again referencing mountaineering. Sir Edwin's memoirs record that the three lions were a suggestion from Clarenceux, who noted the use of three lions rampant by the Norman FitzHerberts and the later Welsh Herbert dynasty. When Sir Edwin was raised to the peerage as Baron Tangley, he was granted the supporters, dexter a badger proper, sinister a roe deer proper.
Artist: David Hopkinson.
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