Coat-of-arms of the Lords of Krumlov

Coat-of-arms of the House of Krumlov The coat-of arms of the Lords of Krumlov was a green five-petalled rose with a golden center in a silver field. The Lords of Krumlov were one of the family branches of a Czech family, the Vítkovci. The five-petalled rose symbolises, according to an old emblem legend of splitting of the Vítkovci family, the five sons, among whom Vítek z Prčice divided the family dominions. The symbol of a green five-petalled rose was also used by the most significant member of the family of Lords of Krumlov - Záviš of Falkenštejn.