I`ve always loved Littlefinger`s style to dress and his own personal silver brooch which he
literally never leaves. But looking at the house sigil I noticed one important thing-that his mockingbird doesn`t look exactly like the sigil mockingbird as it`s slightly different as shape and orientation. Just compare it: And, by chance I discovered a beautiful, perfect fit brooch with a very similar mockingbird staying on a little branch, and here comes the bomb-IT HAS GEEEEEEEMS! I don`t know who made it but it is beautiful and almost the same bird that it has to be. If Littlefinger becomes king he will definitely need to get one of theese!
From now I am goning to write about every minor house I post, using the information from “A Wiki of Ice and Fire”. Enjoy! House Baelish of the Fingers is a noble house from the Vale. The seat of House Baelish is an unnamed, old flint tower which commands no more than a few stony acres on the smallest of the Fingers. House Baelish’s smallfolk consists of a village of a dozen families in huts of piled stone beside a peat bog.
The current lord, Petyr Baelish, is only the second generation of the landed family. His grandfather had been a landless hedge knight and his father the smallest of lords. The house began with Petyr’s great-grandfather, who was born in Braavos and came to the Vale as a sellsword employed by House Corbray. His son took the head of the Titan as his sigil when he was knighted. His arms were a grey stone head with fiery eyes on a light green field.
Ten years before the beginning of the War of the Five Kings, Petyr was brought to King’s Landing by Lord Jon Arryn, the Hand of the King. Within three years he was on the small council of King Robert Baratheon.
House Baelish at the end of the third century: The known Baelishes during the timespan described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
Lord Petyr Baelish, Lord Paramount of the Trident, Lord of Harrenhal and Lord Protector of the Vale
Umfred, Lord Petyr’s steward.
Grisel, a former wetnurse to Lord Petyr, now keeper of his castle.
Bryen, the old captain of the guards at Lord Petyr’s castle.
Kella, a servingwoman and shepherd.
Kella’s daughter, an infant.