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Salvatore Giardina

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 21st Sept 2018. Registration No. 0464 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per pale Azure and Argent, dexter an eagle displayed argent crowned Or, holding in the dexter talon a sword Argent and sinister talon a cross Or, sinister a tree eradicated Vert.

Crest: A plume of three ostrich feathers, the centre Argent the outer Azure.

Motto: Make Your Path

Assumed:  USA, September 14, 2018.

Arms Design by Ozzy Marcenaro

The Arms of Salvatore Giardina

The armiger is a Knight of Malta and Knight of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St. George. The design for the arms was begun by Raul Vidal y Sepulveda and completed by Ozzy Marecenaro, both fellow Knights of Malta and Knights of the Constantinian Order of St George.

The armiger holds dual citizenship of the USA and Italy and the arms reflect this and his Sicilian heritage; both of his parents were born and married in Pozzallo, Sicily and he has traced his paternal lineage to the foundation of the family in Modica, Sicily with the wedding of Martino Giardina in 1582. Prior to the foundation of Pozzallo as a Commune, all diocesan records were kept in Modica. The armigerís ancestors moved to Pozzallo in the early 1800ís. The crowned eagle represents the city of Modica, the sword & cross represent the defence of faith, and the uprooted tree is an ancient symbol from the arms of Giardina.

 

 
 

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