Fimbriated

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Badge of Guy Harold Power

Upon a wreath Argent and Sable, a demi-man proper wearing a beret Vert and grasping in his dexter hand a commando dagger point upwards Or, hilted and pommelled Sable, surrounded by an annulet Argent, fimbriated and inscribed in chief with the motto «Follow me» Sable.

Upon a wreath Argent and Sable, a demi-man proper wearing a beret Vert and grasping in his dexter hand a commando dagger point upwards Or, hilted and pommelled Sable, surrounded by an annulet Argent, fimbriated and inscribed in chief with the motto «Follow me» Sable.


Blazon keywords: One, Annulet, Argent, Fimbriated, Sable, Inscribed, Motto (motivation), Male figure, Issuant, Proper, Beret, Vert, Grasping, Hand, Dexter, Dagger, Erect, Or, Hilted, Pommelled and Wreath.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Badge and English language.

Bearer: Power, Guy Harold.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

David Ryan Shorey

Sable, a dolphin naiant Or; a chief embattled Vert, fimbriated Or. Motto: «Siempre Adelante».

Sable, a dolphin naiant Or; a chief embattled Vert, fimbriated Or. Motto: «Siempre Adelante».

Escudo de sable, un delfín nadante de oro; un jefe almenado de sinople y perfilado de oro. Lema: «Siempre Adelante».


Blazon keywords: Sable, Dolphin, Naiant, Or, Chief, Embattled, Vert, Fimbriated and Motto (motivation).

Style keywords: Pointed and rounded, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

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

Bearer: Shorey, David Ryan.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Fernando Marán Bié, The Armorial Register

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Registered by The International Register of Arms, 1st of December of 2022, Registration number 0690, Volume 4.

In Spanish heraldry, there are three terms for supporters: «sostenes» for objects or plants, «tenantes» for human figures, and «soportes» for animal forms. The following applies to sostenes, tenantes, and soportes. Unlike other heraldic traditions such as English heraldry, in Spanish heraldry there are no rules for the use of supporters; their use is at the armiger's discretion, without specific restrictions. Supporters are not reserved only for nobility; their use is free for all.

In the words of [Cadenas y Vicent, V. de; 1975; page 173] «there is no rule that determines the use of tenantes, soportes, and sostenes».


Categories: Armorial roll, Party per fess, Azure, One, Book, Open, Or, Leaved, Argent, Charged, Mullet, Gules, Tree, Eradicated, Between, Two, Apple, Diminished bordure, Embattled, Crest, Helm, Fimbriated, Wreath, Mantling, Dexter, Sinister, Crest, Pegasus, Rampant, Nascent, Flame, Supporter (animal), Lion, Langued, Quill, Paw, Parchment, Rolled, Seal, Letter, War cry and Motto (motivation).

External link:

Root: The Armorial Register.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

o-XI, heraldic document

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Heraldic document, 2 pages.

The pages have a heraldic frame with the elements of his coat of arms.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Sable, Or, One, Letter, Two, Wolf, Passant, In pale, Number, Gules, Argent, Azure, Crest, Helm, Mantling, Wreath, Crest, On, Charged, Disordered, Cross, Cross of Burgundy, Cross couped, Book, Open, Motto (motivation), Scroll and Fimbriated.

Classification: Created, Personal, Catalogue and Frame.

Bearer: Salmerón Cabañas, Antonio.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Shorey, David Ryan

Sable, a dolphin naiant Or; a chief embattled Vert, fimbriated Or.

Sable, a dolphin naiant Or; a chief embattled Vert, fimbriated Or.

Escudo de sable, un delfín nadante de oro; un jefe almenado de sinople y perfilado de oro.

Coat of arms emblazoned by me with a ogee shape, illuminated, and with a leather finishing.


Blazon keywords: Sable, Dolphin, Naiant, Or, Chief, Embattled, Vert and Fimbriated.

Style keywords: Pointed and rounded, Outlined in sable, Illuminated and Leather.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted and Coat of arms.

Bearer: Shorey, David Ryan.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Standard of Guy Harold Power

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Structure of this standard:

  • His coat of arms.
  • His badge.
  • The 1st line of his motto «Follow».
  • His crest.
  • The 2nd line of the motto «Me».
  • The dagger and the two arrows.

Blazon keywords: Argent, Two, Arrow, Erect, In saltire, Sable, Barbed, Feathered, Gules, Surmounted, One, Dagger, In pale, Hilted, Pommelled, Chief, Indented, Label of three points, Or, Cyclamor, Fimbriated, Motto (motivation), Male figure, Issuant, Proper, Beret, Vert, Grasping, Hand, Dexter and Wreath.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted, Standard, Flag and English language.

Bearer: Power, Guy Harold.

 

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