The following is a list of the honours of Ealdormere at this time.

Honours Which Carry No Precedence

Scroll of Honour
The Scroll of Honour is a record of the worthy deeds of the people and friends of Ealdormere which do not necessarily fall into the scope and structure of the other Kingdom awards. The names of those accomplishing such worthy deeds shall be entered fittingly on the Scroll of Honour at the discretion of the Crown.

Award of the Wolf's Cub
Given to children of twelve years and under who have served beyond their years and set an example to others. Recipients may style themselves as "Wolf's Cubs".

Award of the Queen's Favour
Given by the Queen of Ealdormere as She sees fit

Award of the King's Favour
Given by the King of Ealdormere as He sees fit.

Order of the Rose
Given automatically to individuals who complete a reign as consort. Recipients may style themselves as 'Lady of the Rose' or 'Lord of the Rose'.

Honours Conveying Arms

Award of Arms
Usually the first Kingdom award a gentle will receive in the Society. Given for service that enhances the game for others in some way. Recipients may style themselves 'Lord' or 'Lady'.

Award of the Maiden's Heart
Given to individuals who have performed exemplary service to Ealdormere and who demonstrate courteous and chivalrous behaviour. Recipients who do not already have an Award of Arms receive one automatically with this award; and may style themselves 'Lord' or 'Lady'

Quarterly azure and Or, a heart
counterchanged

Award of Orion
Given to individuals who have demonstrated skill in the arts and sciences and who demonstrate courteous and chivalrous behaviour. Recipients who do not already have an Award of Arms receive one automatically with this award; and may style themselves 'Lord' or 'Lady'
Orion
Purpure, an Irish harp, on a bordure Or five
mullets purpure

Award of the Scarlet Banner
Given to individuals who have demonstrated skill in a martial discipline approved within Ealdormere, and who demonstrate courteous and chivalrous behaviour both on and off the field. Recipients who do not already have an Award of Arms receive one automatically with this award; and may style themselves 'Lord' or 'Lady'
Scarlet Banner
Argent, a pale wavy gules between two wolves
combattant sable

Honours Conveying Grants

Grant of Arms

Order of the Wain
Given to individuals who have performed exemplary and long-standing service to Ealdormere in a variety of different areas; who present a reasonably authentic appearance; and who provide an example of courtesy and chivalry worthy of emulation. Recipients who do not already have a Grant of Arms receive one automatically with this award. Recipients may style themselves 'The Honourable Lord' or 'The Honourable Lady' and may be addressed as 'Your Ladyship' or 'Your Lordship'
Wain
Argent, a saltire pierced, on a bordure gules
in cross four mullets argent

Order of the Crucible
Given to individuals who have demonstrated skill in a variety of arts and sciences, including a high level (journeyman) skill in at least one discipline; who have demonstrated a knowledge of period techniques; who have demonstrated the ability to research and the willingness to teach arts and sciences-related skills; and who provide an example of courtesy and chivalry worthy of emulation. Recipients who do not already have a Grant of Arms receive one automatically with this award. Recipients may style themselves 'The Honourable Lord' or 'The Honourable Lady' and may be addressed as 'Your Ladyship' or 'Your Lordship'.

Badge Awaiting Approval of the College of Arms

Order of Thorbjorn's Hammer
Given to individuals who have exhibited excellence in a martial activity approved in Ealdormere; who demonstrate a knowledge of related skills and/or of other martial disciplines; who demonstrate a leadership role in a martial activity, including a willingness to teach; who present a reasonably authentic appearance;and who provide an example of courtesy and chivalry worthy of emulation. Recipients who do not already have a Grant of Arms receive one automatically with this award. Recipients may style themselves 'The Honourable Lord' or 'The Honourable Lady' and may be addressed as 'Your Ladyship' or 'Your Lordship'.
Hammer
Gules, a Thor's hammer within a bordure
embattled argent.

Honours Conveying Peerage

Order of the Pelican
Given to individuals for mastery of service to the realm or the Society. Recipients may style themselves as 'Master' or 'Mistress'.

Order of the Laurel
Given to individuals for mastery in an art or science. Recipients may style themselves as 'Master' or 'Mistress'.

Order of the Chivalry
Given to individuals for mastery in armoured combat. Upon entering this order, recipients must choose to be part of one of two branches within this order. Those who choose to become Knights may style themselves as 'Sir'. Those who choose to become Masters-at-Arms may style themselves as 'Master' or 'Mistress'.

Other Honours Conveying Precedence

Court Baron/Baroness
Given at the pleasure of the Crown to individuals who provide the gift of inspiration and uphold the ideals of the Society; who present a reasonably authentic appearance; and who provide an example of courtesy and honour worthy of emulation. Often given to retiring Territorial Barons and Baronesses (see below). Recipients may wear a silver coronet adorned with six spheroids (generally pearls), may style themselves as 'Baron' or 'Baroness', and may be addressed as 'Your Excellency'

County
Given automatically to individuals who complete one reign as King or Queen. Recipients may wear an embattled gold coronet, may style themselves as 'Count' (or Earl) or 'Countess', and may be addressed as 'Your Excellency'.

Duchy

Given automatically to individuals who complete a second reign as King or Queen. Recipients may wear a coronet adorned with strawberry leaves, may style themselves as 'Duke' or 'Duchess', and may be addressed as 'Your Grace'.