Order of the Rose

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Heraldry
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Award Information
Blazon: A wreath of roses
Type: non-Armigerous
Founded: June 22, 1971 by Arthur and Irving
Premiere(s): Felicia MacChlurain
Recipients: [{{{recipients}}} People with this award]

The Order of the Rose are the former Royal Consorts of a kingdom. The group is specifically charged with encouraging chivalrous and courteous behavior among all members of the Society. In Atenveldt, the award is non-armigerous and is ranked below an Award of Arms.

In Atenveldt, the title of ‘Lady of the Rose’ is recognized when a County is given after a reign. Other members of the order present the new Lady of the Rose with a rose, usually in the form of a pendant or other durable object.

As laid out in the "Sumptuary Traditions and Guidelines of the Kingdom of Atenveldt" [1]

  • In accordance with the Society College of Arms, only the Queen or Ladies of the Rose may wear or display roses arranged in a wreath[2].
  • In accordance with the Society College of Arms, only the Crown Princess may wear or display roses arranged in a chaplet.
  • By Atenveldt Tradition, pendants of a single rose have been reserved to Ladies of the Rose.


  1. Kingdom Seneschal. “Sumptuary Traditions and Guidelines of the Kingdom of Atenveldt.”, Kingdom of Atenveldt, SCA Inc, 1 May 2018, docs.google.com/document/d/114dEXuQtmK0YujX0bTf9W5CEtlhGFcZSR0B7XtvqEoc/edit.
  2. “Glossary of Terms - Table 1 Reserved Regalia.” SCA Inc. College of Arms Glossary of Terms, December 23, 2003, College of Arms for the Society of Creative Anachronism, Nov. 2019, heraldry.sca.org/coagloss.html.


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