Award Types


Many Atenveldt awards are non-armigerous ie. they do not bestow an Award of Arms (AoA). However they may rank above an AoA in the Atenveldt Order of Precedence (OP) as determined within their charter. An award's position within the OP reflects the level of experience and scope-of-work being recognized. <--! use these websites for content and reformat text!--> Further information is found at


Grant of Arms

Bestows the style of Honorable Lord / Lady, and the recipient may be addressed as "Your Lordship / Ladyship". These are granted for those who have shown high level of skill and competency in their area of expertise.

Patent of Arms

Bestows the title of Duke, Duchess, Count, Countess, Sir, Master, or Mistress, and the recipient may be addressed in various ways depending on specific award.


Various forms of thank-yous, court positions, and champions.


Orders and Honors that were previously used in Atenveldt, but are now closed and no longer active.