Colour on colour

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Bakala, K.; 2010

Krzysztof Bakala, «Historia symboliczna: znakiem, herbem i barwa pisana : podreczny slownik» ~ «Symbolic history: written, emblem and color: handy dictionary», edited by Agencja Wydawnicza Egros, 198 pages, Warsaw, 2010

Color sobre color

Sable and Purple exception on page 17: «nie pozwala nakladania metalu na metal, a barwy na barwe, za wyjatkiem barwy czarnej i purpurowej.» ~ «does not allow to put metal on metal and color on color, except the color Sable and Purpure»,


Bibliographical reference of century XXI.

Classification: Symbolism and Polish language.

Author: Bakala, Krzysztof.

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Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Beninger, Manuel

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent.

Escudo cuartelado: 1o y 4o de gules, una faja de azur; 2o y 3o de oro, una faja centellada de plata.

Coat of arms emblazoned by me with a semi-circular ended shape, illuminated, and its finishing is that seems watercolor.

According to the armiger «the origin of this coat of arms is from Austria and hence the unusual combination of colors and metals».


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, One, Fess, Azure, Or, Dancetty and Argent.

Style keywords: Colour on colour, Metal on metal, Semi-circular, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Watercolor.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted and Coat of arms.

Bearer: Beninger, Manuel.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Edmund Leighton, 1901, The Accolade

FbFan 22 A3 TheAccolade Spanish jpg

I swear by the 1st rule of heraldry I will never emblazon again an eagle Sable on a field Gules.

The heraldic rule of tinctures: «a colour cannot go on top of another colour and a metal cannot go on top of another metal».

This coat of arms is similar to the arms of Henry VI the Good, Prince of Silesia and Duque of Wroclaw, blazon: «Gules, an eagel displayed Sable».

If it was Edmund Leighton's intention to paint Henry VI, then the justification would be that Silesia is located in Poland and in the Polish heraldic tradition, the sable is considered a neutral tincture, that is neither color nor metal, so they can put the sable on the color gules. But I doubt that the Prince of Silesia and Duke of Wroclaw would have needed to be knighted.


Categories: Technology, Social networks, Colour on colour, Eagle, Sable and Gules.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Manuel Beninger

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent.

Coat of arms emblazoned by me with a semi-circular ended shape, illuminated, and its finishing is that seems leather.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, One, Fess, Azure, Or, Dancetty and Argent.

Style keywords: Colour on colour, Metal on metal, Semi-circular, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted and Coat of arms.

Bearer: Beninger, Manuel.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Manuel Beninger, page of armorial

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a fess Azure; 2 and 3 Or, a fess dancetty Argent. Crest: A crown of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate. The shield is surrounded by the Grand Collar of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.

This is his coat of arms of emblazoned by me for the Roll of Arms of the Sovereign and Most Noble Order of the Pomegranate.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, One, Fess, Azure, Or, Dancetty, Argent, Crest, Crown, Pomegranate, Surrounded and Grand collar.

Style keywords: Colour on colour, Metal on metal, Semi-circular, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Coat of arms, Armorial roll and Castilian language.

Bearer: Beninger, Manuel.

 

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