Coat of arms of Barbados
|Coat of arms of Barbados|
|On a helmet to the dexter, lambrequined Gules and Or, the arm of a Barbadian palewise, in its fist two stalks of sugarcane in saltire proper|
|Or and Gules|
|Or, a fig tree proper, between two flowers of the Red Pride of Barbados in chief, also proper|
|On the dexter a dolphin fish Azure, jelloped, crested and tailed Gules, and on the sinister a pelican proper|
|A scroll with the National Motto|
|Pride and Industry|
The coat of arms of
The arms were designed by Neville Connell, for many years curator of the Barbados Museum, with artistic assistance by Hilda Ince.
The national symbol found on top of the helmet for Barbados is the fist of a Barbadian holding two stalks of
The shield is gold in colour. Upon it are a pair of the
At the bottom is Barbados' national motto ("Pride and Industry") on a scroll.