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Monday, 28 March 2016

Wooden carving of family Coat of arms & crests | CARVED FAMILY CRESTS | Heraldic carving | Custom carved wood plaque

Custom-made wooden Family Coat of arms, Heraldry and Crests . 

Coat of Arms carved in wood for Royalty and Nobility, particular family, emblems for clubs, city, company or organisations...
They are unique carved  and if required painted individual .

You can customize the size, the relief, type of wood, look and decide in the realization of your family Coat of Arms.
Working from the designs and sketches provided by the client. If necessary, we design a coat of arms for you.

Each carved Coat of Arms or Crest that Patrick Damiaens produces is signed, dated,  and the final result has the highest quality standards. Each coat of arms is carved from the finest, oak, Limewood, or beech.


Family coat of arms carved in wood

One of my specialties is the carving of Heraldic family coat of arms and Crests in wood. To carve a family coat of arms in wood is a bit of a personal challenge for me. Heraldry is a most interesting subject and I always look forward to taking on new assignments involving heraldic Coat of Arms.

You learn about interesting people that captivate the imagination, all of whom have their own fascinating life story or family history. And for me personally it’s always nice to hear that my craftsmanship and quality are greatly appreciated.

Every heraldic coat of arms is different. Most of the time, it starts with an example that serves as a source of inspiration in the form of a drawing, an old sketch or some photographic material delivered to me by the client.
In some cases it occurs that the design for the family coat of arms is not entirely suited as the blueprint for the carving of it in wood.

This might be due to the fact that the design is in a format which is a lot smaller than what the client had in mind (e.g. a large heraldic panel), in which case the family coat of arms has to be redesigned. If one were to simply enlarge the small design, the proportions or the composition of the design would be distorted.

Usually things have to be added to the composition in order to make better use of the available space. It might also be that there is no logic to how the mantling was arranged, and it’s entirely possible that the design was never meant to be carried out in wood. After all, wood has its limitations.

It is equally important that the relief fits the dimensions of the coat of arms.
We always try to resolve these small and sometimes larger issues together with the client.

Heraldic woodcarving | Patrick Damiaens

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The Odink family coat of arms carved in wood

Wooden carving of  family Coat of arms & crests
Patrick Damiaens | Heraldic Woodcarver

Wooden carving of  family Coat of arms & crests | CARVED FAMILY CRESTS

Heraldic carving | Custom carved wood plaque
Wooden carving of  family Coat of arms & crests | CARVED FAMILY CRESTS


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