Osborne Wrigley-Pimley-McKerr III
Registration number 20100415A
This certifies that the heraldic arms of
Osborne Augustus Daniel Arul Neill Wrigley-Pimley-McKerr III
are registered as an original design and are
described by the blazon below
Arms: Sable on a bend Murrey fimbriated Or between two elephant tusks proper butt-capped Or both bendwise the dexter tusk butt to chief and the sinister tusk butt to base three bear heads erased Argent.
Crest: On a wreath Argent and Sable an elephant statant affronty wearing a mitre and holding by its trunk three peacock train feathers bendwise sinister proper.
Motto: Semper excelsius
- Mitre: Alludes to the arms of Karachi Grammar School with which the armiger's family have an ancient connection going back four generations. The armiger is an alumnus and his father is the thrice former principal. Also symbolizes the armiger's Christian faith and the positions of authority his ancestors have held.
- Elephant, tusks, and peacock feathers: Signifies Indian descent.
- Three bears: Alludes to the armiger's first name which means "god bear". The armiger shares this name with two relatives, his grandfather and great-grandfather.
- Maroon: One of the school colors of Karachi Grammar School.
Personal, Original, PK, W