A William IV embroidered coat of arms, circa 1831

A William IV embroidered coat of arms, circa 1831


Designed with the quartered arms of Admiral James de Saumarez, Guernsey (1757-1836), 1st Baron de Saumarez, created 15 September 1831, with unicorn and greyhound supporters and motto 'In Deo Spero' (I hope in God/in God I trust), embroidered in coloured silks and metallic threads with appliqué and raised work, glazed and framed.

Baron de Saumarez was a distinguished Admiral of the British Royal Navy who served alongside Admiral Nelson. A statue in the National Maritime Museum, London, commemorates de Saumarez's naval achievements.

On view in the showroom at Tudor House, Sheep Street, Stow on the Wold, GL54 1AA

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Height 37.7 cm / 15"
Width 49.7 cm / 19 34"