Except, perhaps, this:
In the docu about Mrs Thatcher’s rise to power Edward Heath was talking with a snob (Geoffrey Palmer)
Snob: I trust you will stop her, we can’t have a grocer’s daughter leading us; dear God, a grocer’s daughter
Heath: Of course you can trust me, I’m a carpenter’s son
Assuming he was making the point as I think he was. Rather than the possible one, which is that an artisan’s son is better than the daughter of someone in trade.