Companions

Andrew Stewart Jamieson values his patrons although he thinks of them as companions because like a company of knights and ladies on a romantic quest they share the same dream. Coming from all walks of life they have one thing in common they are always beyond average and truly appreciate fine quality, tradition, style, luxury and the romantic history and beauty of heraldry.

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Here are just some of ASJ's companions and collectors

Her Majesty's Crown Office, House of Lords 

Her Majesty's College of Arms

The Royal Hospital Chelsea

Restoration, Windsor Castle

The Vatican

The Order of Malta

The Royal Versailles Ball

The Worshipful Company of Scriveners

The Worshipful Company of Gunmakers

The Adjutant Generals Corp.

The Royal British Legion

The Saint John's Bible - To the ends of the Earth 

Illumination

The Templeton Prize Certificate - Dalai Lama

The Templeton Prize Certificate - Desmond Tutu

Sir Paul Getty K.B.E.

General Colin Powell K.C.B.

Jethro Tull

Hines of Oxford

Eric Howard - Photographer

Bob Carlos - Clarke, photographer

Sino Properties

Ecco Shoes

Buckfast Abbey

Aquascutum of London

Pitkin

Wessex Books

The Richard III Society

The White Rose Guild

Kings School Sherborne

and various noble and royal houses and private individuals and collectors around the globe.

Andrew has exhibited his work at the following Galleries and locations.

Aquascutum - New York City

Alpha Gallery - Sherborne

The Museum of Civilisation - Ottawa

Georgia Nick Galley - St. Augustine, FL

Masterpiece 100 Exhibition (Worshipful Company of Painter Stainers of the City of London)

Andrew was recognised as a Heraldic Master by the Canadian Government in 1996 and also received the Corel Prize for Artistic Excellence at Ottawa in that year.

 

In 1996 he wrote and illustrated, 'Coats of Arms' published by Pitkin.

 

He was elected a Brother of the Artworkers Guild, London in 2002.

He was a Founding Craft Member and is a past Chairman of the Society of Heraldic Arts and is a member of the Heraldry Society of Scotland and the Richard III Society.

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