Royal Standard of Ikonia
The Royal Standard of the Kingdom of Ikonia is the heraldic banner used by Abrams I of Ikonia in his capacity as King of Ikonia. Variations on the standard banner are used by other members of the Royal Family as their own personal arms.
Quarterly, the 1st Argent a sun carréed Azure, the 2nd, Azure, a lion rampant Argent, the 3rd Azure, a crown upon a wreath Argent, the 4th, Argent, a saltire Azure.
- In quarters, the first, on white, a squared blue sun, the second, on blue, a white lion upon one paw, the third, on blue, a crown and a wreath, all white, and the fourth, on white, a blue Saltire.
The Royal Standard - adopted on 1 December 2018 - is divided into four quadrants. The first and fourth quadrants represent the political party and the Floridian origin; the second quadrant represents the national animal, the wolf; the third quadrant is comprised of the flag of Ikonia, such like the Imperial Standard of Austenasia.
The Royal Standard is flown when the Monarch is in residence in the Royal Residence, and on a vehicle being used by the Monarch on official journeys. The Royal Standard may only be flown at half-mast above a building or on board a boat in which the unburied body of a deceased Monarch is lying. If the monarch abdicates, the Royal Standard must be flipped upside down when flown until the new monarch ascends to the throne.
Prince(ss)es of the royal family receive their own banner when they are born, or if a consort is found to the throne. They get variants of the Royal Standard with cadency marks received from His Majesty's Heraldic Authority. Some standards, like the Duke of Nikodemia do not follow this rule and use the Duke's personal arms instead.
|Standard||Member of the Royal Family||Description|
|Henry Wiucki-Dunswed||The Royal standard impaled with the quartered arms of the House of Koehler and Victor|
|Other members, either non-armigerous, not of age, or do not have their own standard||Edged with ermine|
|Prince George, Duke of Nikodemia||Standard comprised off personal arms|