|Country of Origin||Australia|
- Vert, a mullet of 6 points Gules fimbriated Or; on a chief Gules fimbriated Or a lion passant guardant Or langued Gules and armed Argent
- A winged lion proper, wings elevated and addorsed, roaring in defiance.
- Vert and Or
- "Tempta Tenebras, Lucem Elaturus" - Assail the darkness, to bring forth the light
The Escutcheon consists of a Chief gules over a field Vert. On the chief is present a golden lion. A canting and a representation of the armiger. The composition of the field is representative of the armiger's Jewish, Soviet and Australian ethnic and cultural identity and is symbolic of the support of family and country. The fimbriation of the mullet symbolises the victory of the armiger's forebears over those that wished to destroy them. The Motto alludes to this as well as the importance of seeking truth wherever it may be found.
The tinctures Vert and Or, nature and the land of Australia, Gules, signifies hardiness and valour and the armiger's soviet heritage. The motto is Latin, "Tempta Tenebras Lucem Elaturus" which translates to "Assail the Darkness to Bring Forth the Light".
Blazon: A peregrine falcon Or; clutching a round shield at its breast Gules charged with a roundel Vert fimbriated Or.