Society Titles and Regalia

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Many of the awards given out in the society come with titles and specific forms of address appropriate for addressing the recipients.  The awards may allow the receiver to wear or display certain reserved regalia.   
Many of the awards given out in the society come with titles and specific forms of address appropriate for addressing the recipients.  The awards may allow the receiver to wear or display certain reserved regalia.   
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Many of the awards given out in the society come with titles and specific forms of address appropriate for addressing the recipients. The awards may allow the receiver to wear or display certain reserved regalia.


Title or Award Mode of Address How Earned Reserved Regalia
King/Queen Your Majesty/Your Royal Majesty Victory in a Crown Tournament and currently ruling a Kingdom. The use of the arms of the Kingdom, the royal Crown, as well as other kingdom regalia only for as long as they are reigning. The regalia of each Kingdom is distinct. Many Kingdoms actually have a variety of Crowns
Crown Prince/Princess Your Highness/Your Royal Highness Victory in a Crown Tournament, but not yet ruling a Kingdom The use of the Heirs version of the Kingdom arms, the coronets, and other kingdom heir regalia only for as long as they are reigning
Prince/Princess Your Highness Victory in a Coronet tournament and ruling a principality The Principality arms, coronets, other principality regalia only for as long as they are reigning
Duke/Duchess Your Grace Have completed the reign over a Kingdom twice or more Coronets with strawberry leaves
Count/Countess Your Excellency Have completed the reign over a Kingdom one time Coronets with embattlements
Viscount/Viscountess Your Excellency Have completed the reign over a Principality one time or more Varies. Most commonly, a coronet with a large number of pearls (more than 6) but can also be with a single exaggerated point
Laurel Master/Mistress Elevated by Royalty to the Order of the Laurel Laurel Wreath. Personal decoration with a Laurel Wreath. This may include a coronet with a wreath or a plain wreath. In the East, often elevation includes a cloak with a Laurel Wreath.
Pelican Master/Mistress Elevated by Royalty to the Order of the Pelican A cap of maintenance. Decorations with a Pelican (generally in its piety). (This may include decorations on a coronet, although this is rare.) In the East, elevation often includes a cloak with a Pelican in its Piety.)
Knight/Master Sir Elevated by Royalty to the Order of the Chivalry A plain white belt (for Knights)

A plain white baldric (for Masters) (Some Kingdoms reserve spurs for Chivalry as well.)

Territorial Baron/Baroness Your Excellency Appointed by the Crown for a temporary term (after local input or voting). Comes with a Grant of Arms in the East. The rights to the arms of the Barony. Any coronet, most commonly a coronet with 6 "pearls" where a pearl is any round bauble. A few coronets emphasize the 6 more than the pearls. (In some Kingdoms landed Baronial coronets must be gold)
Baron/Baroness of the Court Your Excellency Elevated by the Crown Any coronet, most commonly a coronet with 6 "pearls" where a pearl is any round bauble. A few coronets emphasize the 6 more than the pearls. (In some Kingdoms Court Baronial coronets must be silver.)
Grant of Arms Lord of Lady (in some kindoms: The Honorable Lord/Lady) Grant of Arms Awarded by the Crown none
Award of Arms Lord or Lady Awarded by the Crown Personal Arms (as opposed to a personal device)
No title or you are unsure of someone's title m'lord or m'lady None None
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