Here is the crest of the new Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, a circular floral emblem that looks more like a decorative dinner plate, than the usual royal coat of arms represented in courts across the country.
So this is suppose to imbue people with a sense of awe and terror over the might, justice and antiquity of The Law. You call this heraldry?
Even the court's own formal logo, which carries an image of the royal crown, has been relegated to the front entrance and official documents and communications.
Instead a less formal emblem, which only contains national flowers and vegetables representing each of the home nations, features throughout the building and in the three court rooms – in a bid to be more accessible to the public.
Officials at the court, which began work on Monday, insisted the move "in now way" undermines the relationship with the Crown and the presence of the royal crown and coat of arms emphasised that the Monarch is the source of the court's authority.
It is the latest in a series of rows over the down grading of royal symbols and allegiance under Labour.