Worshipful Company of Tallow Chandlers

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WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF TALLOW CHANDLERS

London Guild
Established:

Arms of Worshipful Company of Tallow Chandlers

Official blazon

Arms : Per fesse azure and argent, a fesse counterchanged and three doves of the second, membered gules, each holding in its beak an olive branch Or. Crests: (On the dexter, the helmet contournee) On a wreath of the colours, an angel issuantfrom clouds proper, holding a platter Or, thereon the head of St. John the Baptist also proper. (On the sinister) On a wreath of the colours, On a charger proper rayonee Or the head of St. John the Baptist also proper.
Supporters: On either side on a mount vert an angel vested winged and crowned with stars [ = celestial crown] Or.
Motto: Ecce Agnus Dei qui tollit peccata mundi.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on 24 September 1456. The arms were confirmed, and second crest and supporters granted 29 January 1603, both crests confirmed 9 September 1961.

The original motto was 'Delite in God & he shall give the thy desyre'. In 1603 it was 'Quae arguuntur a lumine manifestantur'.

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Literature : Bromley and Child, 1960