Williams (Wales) Coat of Arms Key Ring

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Williams (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. 

About your name


Llangibby in Monmouthshire, Wales, bart. extinct 1758; descended through Rhys Gogh, or the red-haired Lord of Ystradyw, Brecknock, from Caradog Vreichvras. The first of the family who adopted the surname was Roger Williams, of Llangibby Castle, Sheriff of Monmouth, 3rd regnal Queen Elizabeth, who had a confirmation of his arms and crest in 1575. His great-grandson, Sir Trevor Williams, of Llangibby, a prominent Royalist, was created a bart. in 1642. The fourth bart., Sir John Williams, of Llangibby Castle, left at his decease in 1738, three daughters, of whom the eldest Ellen, married William Addams, Esq., who assumed the additional surname of Williams.
Arms: Gyronny of eight ermine and sable, a lion rampant or.
Crest: A talbot passant per pale ermine and or.
Motto: En suivant la verite.

Product Details
Family Crests
Metal Key Ring
Silver Metal
Chromed Metal
35mm x 70mm
Additional Features
Card Box
Split Ring
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