United Kingdom: Baronet's Badge
Ribbon: Baronets of Nova Scotia - orange-tawny; all other Baronets - orange-tawny with blue edges. The ribbon is not worn when ribbons only are worn.
Instituted: 1624 for Baronets of Nova Scotia by James I; and in 1929 by George V for all other Baronets.
Awarded: Not an award as such, but worn by holders of the hereditary title of Baronet.
Grades: 1 - the badge differs between Baronets of Nova Scotia, of England, of Ireland, of Great Britain and of the United Kingdom.
Page last updated: 2 April 2007