ArmsGules, nine Bezants in saltire cantoned between two boars’ heads erased in fess, the dexter contournée Or, armed Argent and langued Azure.
CrestA thistle slipped and leaved Gules each leaf charged with a bezant.

The boars' heads refer to the armiger's Chisholm ancestry on his mother's side. The bezants allude to his grandfather R. H. A. Chisholm CBE (1909-1991), who was Cheshire County Treasurer. The thistle of the crest is an emblem common to Scotland and to Lorraine, where the armiger was born.

Granted29th July 1999 (Court of Lord Lyon)

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