Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Vincenzo di Bartolomeo da Brescia, Order of the Crucible, 2012

Proclaim to all gentles and nobles and let it be known by these present letters that We, Edward and Rylyn, King and Queen of the mighty northern lands of Ealdormere, send due commendations and greetings. We hope not only to embellish, but to increase the dignity of Our lands when We dispense titles of honour among noble, discreet and valiant persons. Wherefore We have directed the regard of Our consideration to Vincenzo di Bartolomeo da Brescia who has rendered to us and Our Kingdom not only useful but fruitful and honourable services. As a troubadour, upon the winds of fortune he rides, all across the Knowne Worlde, astounding all with his skill at music and the bardic arts. And in all his travels he shines with pride in his kingdom and brings Our lands great word-fame. Therefore, do We prefer and create him by Grant of Arms, A Companion of the Order of the Crucible. He shall receive all honours, duties and privileges as are conveyed by this station including the right to bear the badge of the Order and the Crest of the Kingdom as a sign of Our high favour, Done by Our hands this [XX] day of [XX], Anno Societatis XLVCII at the Pennsic War.



By THLaird Colyne Stewart.

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