The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 2Allen, Thomas
Arms. garbs in saltiers ; on a chief a lion passant guardant or. . A woman's head and breast , vested. . . her hair dishevelled, all within a chaplet of wheat, . The dexter a labouring man, on his head a cap, habited in a short jacket and breeches, stockings and shoes, all ; in his dexter hand a hammer erect of the last. The sinister a female figure, representing plenty, in her sinister hand a cornucopiae and round her temples ears of wheat
This company was incorporated by letters patent of James I. in the year , by the appellation of
They are governed by a master, wardens, and assistants; but have no livery, or hall.