The coat of arms of Saint Lucia was designed by Sydney Bagshaw in 1967. It is made of a blue shield with a stool, two roses and two fleur de lis.
The shield is supported by two Saint Lucian parrots. Beneath the shield is the national motto.
- The symbolism of the elements are:
- Tudor rose – England
- Fleur de lis – France
- Stool – Africa
- Torch – Beacon to light the path
- Saint Lucia parrot – Amazona versicolor, the national bird
- Motto: “The land, the people, the light”