A plate of engraved silver with the family name of the recipient and land area inscribed in it in gold. A large gold disk is mounted in the centre bearing the royal seal. Bestowed by the royal household to individuals giving them dominion of the lands stipulated within the plate under the King and heirs.
A lesser version of land grant which is issued by the holders of Royal Grants in order to allocate land held by them. The silver of the plate is replaced with steel and the gold disk with bronze.
Guarded zealously by the families which possess them, any attempt to deface or forge a land grant is a offence punishable only by death. On the death of a holder without heirs or successors, the grant and the land assigned to it returns to the possession of its issuing house.