The shield of John, 2nd Earl of Rutland, as displayed in the panel mounted on his tomb in St Mary's. The shield is enclosed within the belt of the Order of the Garter and surmounted by a baronial crown.
Closer view of the shield of the 2nd Earl of Rutland.
This shield is mounted on the upright panel placed on top of the tomb of Henry Manners, 2nd Earl of Rutland, and Countess Margaret (Neville). This tomb is unusual in that it takes the form of a Tudor table (in alabaster) with the earl and countess lying beneath the table top. Their three children kneel in prayer on the top of the table, which also supports a central panel on which two heraldic shields are mounted, one on either side.
The earl’s shield, facing south, displays emblems as follows:
Top left and bottom right quadrants: Manners (with royal augmentation)