About Us

1. Imperium Hibernica

Originally in Latin, our kingdom is translated for worldly recognition.

2. Irish Wren

Holding a unique place in Celtic mythology, expressing the sun’s divinity, this King of Birds is hunted the day after Christmas and during the winter solstice.

3. Gold Crown

The black eagle is kept airborne by the cheeky wren perched on a three-pointed crown signifying the importanceof small nations propping up larger ones.

4. Celtic Knot

Holding great meaning and power, two continuous and unbroken loops are interlocked in a way seen on Celtic wedding rings.

1. Imperium Hibernica

Originally in Latin, our kingdom is translated for worldly recognition.

5. Imperial Eagle

With open-feathered wings, the eagle reflects freedom to roam, the ‘fingers’ on the map of Ireland, and the far-flung impact of our subjects.

6. Shamrock Heart

Ireland’s national emblem since the time of St. Patrick, each of the leaves of the three-leafed clover is a ruby-studded crown.

7. Gaelic Shield

The warrior’s last defence is cast in iconic green. This part of the blazon also houses the key initials that identify our roots.