Jones (Wales) Coat of Arms
Our coat of arms key ring is a great way to show your pride for your heritage.
A polished metal tag is inset with your tartan and protected by a clear resin dome to prevent scratching from daily use.
Your keys are held securely by a matching metal split ring, preventing accidental loss.
The key ring measures a total of 35mm x 70mm including split ring (approx. 1 ⅜ x 3 ¾ inches).
This key ring is presented in a black card box.
Dol-yn-Edeirnion in Merionethshire, Wales; derived from Jestyn ap Gwrgant, Lord of Glamorgan, whose last descendant in the direct male line, seated at Llanrhaiadr Dyffryn Clwyd, died in 1601, and was buried in the parish church, where there is a monument to his memory.
Arms: Or, a lion rampant within a bordure azure.
Crest: A lion rampant azure, holding a shield or (sometimes azure), within a carved bordure.
Motto: Heb dduw, heb ddim (Without God, without anything).