Family Coat of Arms

Family Coat of Arms

During the last couple of weeks we have been busy with a project that took us out of our comfort zone. A customer we have known for many years finish building her dream home. The house is located in a gated community with the most spectacular views of El Paso, I honestly have to say that no other house in El Paso is privileged with such a magnificent view. I have no knowledge of architecture so I can’t state what type of style was used to build such a beautiful house all I can describe for you that it reminds me of an old Mexican Hacienda with a Mediterranean twist. The house has a gorgeous  dome that can be seen from any angle of the property I can only imagine the view that one could see from this magnificent place. Our company was hired to make eight flags, each flag representing the last name and lineage of both our customer and her husband.  The flags are place directly above a beautiful twenty person dining room table. The poles are hand carved with a beautiful braided design and both are supported by a beautiful wrought iron base. Our customer chose the finest silk fabrics to compliment the family crest.  We hope you enjoy the pictures just as much as we enjoyed making these flags.

Shakespeare COAWarrington COABoteler COABeeler Coat of ArmsBullard COAMoore COA



Local Purchase Information

Paragraph 10-1, AR 840-10, states that all flags, guidons and accessories in this regulation will be furnished by the US Army Soldier Systems Command (now the Clothing and Heraldry Office, Philadelphia). In 1996, The Institute of Heraldry requested that a statement be added to AR 710-2 as follows: If the Army Support Office (now Clothing and Heraldry) cannot provide the flag by the required delivery date, the Installation Commander may authorize local purchase. The Clothing and Heraldry PSID in Philadelphia or The Institute of Heraldry is NOT the approval authority for authorization of local purchase. If the Installation Commander determines that the flag may be procured locally, the installation establishes the procedures on type of purchase (e.g., credit card or contract). When AR 840-10 is revised, the above statement will be added to paragraph 10-1.