Rebecca Mary Robynson

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Master Rebecca Mary Robynson at her elevation
Preferred title: Not specified
Their Pronouns: Not specified
Resides: Darach
Status: Active
Awards: Visit the Caid Order of Precedence
RebeccaMaryRobynson Device.jpg
Quarterly AZ and AR, 4 fleurs-de-lys in cross, bases to center, counterchanged
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Master Rebecca Mary Robynson, lady wife to Baron Sir Philip Williams of Aston, is known for her painted silk flags. She has published her research and taught workshops, as noted below. She was elevated to the Order of the Laurel for Heraldic Display on 06/06/2015 by Mansur II and Eilidh II.

Note: She prefers the title "Master" rather than "Mistress"


Rebecca Mary Robynson hails from a wealthy family in 14th Century London where she learned the mysteries of painting and staining from her father, a member of the painter's guild and master painter for the Royal household. She married a charming, penniless nobleman from York where she now resides as Baroness of Aston Hall. When not accompanying her knight husband on the tournament circuit or running their Baronial household, she continues to practice her craft, dabbling also in textile (spinning, dyeing, knitting) and culinary pursuits.

Offices & Positions

Baronial Lady-in-Waiting

Royal Lady-in-Waiting


Event Staff

  • Overseas Entry Autocrat and Judge for Culinary
  • Judge, A&S Competition: Heraldic Banner, Flag, or Standard, Estrella 2011

Projects & Publications

In 1999, Baroness Rebecca painted her first silk banner and immediately fell in love with the art form. She began teaching workshops and by 2001 was teaching 6+ workshops a year around the kingdom.

Painted Silk Projects

Published Articles

Arts & Sciences

Classes Taught

  • 2007, "Medieval Painted Flags, A Study" at KHWSS