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Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Carlos Vidriales, selection of heraldic art done by me

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Arms of Carlos Vidriales and his daughter and son


Categories: Coat of arms, Interpreted, Personal, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in sable, Party per pale, Argent, Cross, Sable, Bordure, Motto (motivation), Or, Thirteen, Hurt, Hurt, torteau, pellet, pomme and golpe, Azure, Three, In pale, Four, Five, Chief, Fleur de lis, Lineage, Conjoined in fess, Decoration, Suspended, Base, Surmounted, Overall, Label, Cadency, Cantoned and Martlet.

Root: Vidriales García y Bustamante, Carlos.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Kingdom of Jerusalem

Argent, a cross potent cantoned of four crosslets potent Or.

Metal Or over metal Argent.

Argent, a cross potent cantoned of four crosslets potent Or.

Escudo de plata, una cruz potenzada cantonada de cuatro cruces potenzadas todas de oro.

Illuminated with lights and shadows and with a freehand finish.

Perhaps the most classic example of non-compliance with the heraldic rule of tinctures having metal Or over metal Argent.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, One, Cross potent, Cross couped, Cantoned, Four and Or.

Style keywords: Freehand, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Semi-circular.

Classification: Interpreted and Civic.

Bearer: Kingdom of Jerusalem.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Lucca de Anaya, Nilda Ernestina

Azure, a chevron Or, between in chief a cross potent cantoned of crosslets, and a lion rampant, and in base a Celtic Trinity knot Argent.

Azure, a chevron Or, between in chief a cross potent cantoned of crosslets, and a lion rampant, and in base a Celtic Trinity knot Argent.

Escudo de azur, un cabrio de oro, acompañado en jefe de una cruz potenzada cantonada de cuatro cruces, y un león rampante, en punta de un nudo celta de la Trinidad, todo de plata.

Coat of arms emblazoned by me with a pointed shape, illuminated, and with a freehand finishing.


Credits: Ernesto Juan Anaya is the designer of the coat of arms and Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas is the author of the heraldic art.

Blazon keywords: Azure, One, Chevron, Or, Between, In chief, Cross of Jerusalem, Cross couped, Cross potent, Cantoned, Four, Crosslet, Lion, Rampant, In base, Celtic Trinity knot, Knot, Celtic and Trinity.

Style keywords: Outlined in sable, Illuminated, Pointed and Freehand.

Classification: Religious, Interpreted and Coat of arms.

Bearer: Lucca de Anaya, Nilda Ernestina.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Nilda Ernestina Lucca de Anaya

Azure, a chevron Or, between in chief a cross potent cantoned of crosslets, and a lion rampant, and in base a Celtic Trinity knot Argent. Motto: «Primi entis» Sable, with initial letters Gules, over a scroll Argent.

Azure, a chevron Or, between in chief a cross potent cantoned of crosslets, and a lion rampant, and in base a Celtic Trinity knot Argent. Motto: «Primi entis» Sable, with initial letters Gules, over a scroll Argent.

Escudo de azur, un cabrio de oro, acompañado en jefe de una cruz potenzada cantonada de cuatro cruces, y un león rampante, en punta de un nudo celta de la Trinidad, todo de plata. Lema: «Primi entis» de sable, con iniciales de gules, sobre una filacteria de plata.


Credits: Ernesto Juan Anaya is the designer of the coat of arms and Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas is the author of the heraldic art.

Blazon keywords: Azure, One, Chevron, Or, Between, In chief, Cross of Jerusalem, Cross couped, Cross potent, Cantoned, Four, Crosslet, Lion, Rampant, In base, Celtic Trinity knot, Knot, Celtic, Trinity, Scroll, Charged and Motto (motivation).

Style keywords: Outlined in sable, Illuminated, Pointed and Freehand.

Classification: Religious, Interpreted, Coat of arms and Latin language.

Bearer: Lucca de Anaya, Nilda Ernestina.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León Fortaleza de oro y mazonada de sable.

Registro Internacional de Armas Gentilicias

Argent, a cross patty Gules, cantoned of four mullets of eight points Azure; on a chief Sable, an elephant passant Or.

RIAG

Argent, a cross patty Gules, cantoned of four mullets of eight points Azure; on a chief Sable, an elephant passant Or.

The Registro Internacional de Armas Gentilicias, is also known as RIAG, and riag.com.es is it domain.

It is a private register of coat of arms founded in 2006 in Seville, Spain by the herald Ignacio Koblischek Zaragoza.


Categories: Institution, Socioeconomic, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in sable, Outlined in the field tincture, Freehand, Argent, Diminished cross, Patty, Gules, Cantoned, Mullet, Eight, Azure, Chief, Sable, Elephant, Passant and Or.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Vidriales, M. P.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colors sable and azure; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colors sable and azure; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Argent, Cross, Sable, Bordure, Motto (motivation), Or, Thirteen, Hurt, Hurt, torteau, pellet, pomme and golpe, Azure, Three, In pale, Four, Five, Chief, Fleur de lis, Cantoned and Martlet.

Style keywords: Freehand, Semi-circular, Illuminated and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Vidriales, M. P..

 

Dr. Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas,
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Paseo de la Castellana 135, 7th floor,
28046 Madrid, Spain.