Award bearing a Grant of Arms
Baronial Coronets: Ansteorra
A. All barons and baronesses have the right to wear one of the following as a sign of their rank:
1. Flat-topped coronets may have 6 to 12 spherical projections of no more than ½ inch diameter extending from the top of the coronet. It is recommended that flat-topped baronial coronets be made clearly wider than fillets.
2. Engrailed coronets may have up to six points or projections, which may be surmounted by spherical projections of no more than ½ inch diameter. The line of the coronet between points must be smoothly concave, in order to clearly distinguish them from county coronets.
Court barons and baronesses have the right to wear standard baronial coronets, as long as the decorations do not violate existing sumptuary laws.