It is a solemn matter to appoint a Herald to your household, for he will be with you, assuming your need for him continues, forever after. His presence alone can turn a simple sandwich into a solemn banquet. Never take a Herald on a picnic. (The Book of Weird)
I'm an Academic Herald. I'm not a "real" herald; I don't register people's coats of arms (though I can certainly suggest designs for those who might be interested). What I do is study, research, teach, and write about heraldry. And I like to share what I have learned about heraldry, hence this blog. I hope that you'll find it informative, interesting at least occasionally, and worth your time to come back. Got a question? Comments? Feel free to let me know. I'd love to hear from you. You can find my contact information in my Profile.
Heading back north on Main Street in High Point, North Carolina, I found the following in two of the windows of a commercial building.
Golden Chair, Inc. is the name of the company, whose showroom is in the building. (There are a lot of furniture companies in High Point.) They manufacture occasional chairs and sofa sets. The “arms” they use as their logo might be blazoned as Sable, a spring of three oak leaves between in chief two acorns, a chief trefoily counter-trefoily or.