Prince of Wales feather

Prince of Wales feather

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Tony Errington, by email AIT is amaranthus, an annual known as Prince of Wales feather.
Tony Errington, by email CAROL: It is amaranthus, an annual known as Prince of Wales feather.
Another Prince of Wales feather in his cap is that he's no brainbox in a nation whose working-class is suspicious of the learned.
Brian has also given it a bit more style with his elegant personal touches like the Prince of Wales feather motif and the beautiful passionflower which scrambles overhead.
The chair shows off an embossed gold Prince of Wales feather crest accompanied by the Prince of Wales' motto ich dien (I serve).
H" with a representation of the Prince of Wales feathers.
Continuing on the Welsh theme, and with recent and continued success of the Welsh rugby team, the auction includes a Welsh jersey embroidered with the Prince of Wales feathers and worn by the great Welsh international fly-half Clem Lewis, who played rugby for Cardiff.
Of particular note is the Prince of Wales feathers incorporated in one of the bedroom's fireplace, marking the visit of King Edward VII to the house.
So the moment you've got an heir indoors it's open season on Her Indoors - especially true if the gent in question has three Prince of Wales feathers in his cap.
A "patriotic Welshman", who had the Prince of Wales feathers tattooed on his arms, SAC McFerran was born and brought up on Deeside.
He was a good child and a very patriotic Welshman, with the Prince of Wales feathers tattooed on his arms," he said.
The bride wore a diamond Prince of Wales feathers brooch, believed to be a wedding gift from Charles.

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