|Country of Origin||Turkey|
|Aliases|| Give Tea#2160|
Official Blazon[edit | edit source]
Symbolism[edit | edit source]
The escutcheon begins with a field of gold that reminds the bearer of a large wheat field rippling in windy weather. The stars are canting for the bearer's surname. Their changing number of points on the stars is a pattern the bearer likes to frequently draw. The crescent represents the bearer's childhood that passed in Anatolia. Together with the stars, the crescent keeps the celestial and magical theme coherent and makes apparent the bearer's love of the sky. Finally, the green hand of the Green Man represents the bearer's love of art, nature and archaeology. The centre chief has the star with the most points and it being placed right above the hand represents reaching for the best outcomes.
The crest has the mythical Green Man of pre-christian mythology, symbolising the passage of time, fertility and change, the bearer has felt a deep connection to the figure since the time he learn about him as a child. His presence represents the bearer's love of history and adventure, which led him to his studies in archaeology. The Green Man holds in his hand a ragged staff of or, this is the primary and most dear symbol to the bearer because of it's simple use as a helper and a protector during long journeys and adventures.