It’s not among those ecclesiastical orders I can find illustrated. And it seems a bit secular in design. I think of ecclesiastical orders from that part of the world having much more traditional religious symbols than blue gemstones.
But I can’t keep up with the creation of new awards in the former USSR states.
Francois, this badge – for those who have no place to put money. It reads – "The nobility of Ukraine", which simply does not exist. Buy and wear, let all jealous. Price it – zero. You can also order a jeweler order in which you can write "King of Canada" and wear it on health …
It is probably a hereditary society like the Baronial Order of the Magna Charta (for descendants of the signing barons) or the Colonial Order of the Crown (for descendant of Charlemagne). There is a also a Lithuanian Nobility Society or Lithuanian Royal/Nobility Association with over 500 members, over 250 of whom have claimed/demonstrated descent from nobility. Similarly there is a Polish Nobility Association, so why not a Ukrainian Nobility Association?
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