Argent

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Haute-Savoie

Gules, a Cross Argent.

Gules, a Cross Argent.

Escudo de gules, una cruz de plata.

Existing coat of arms interpreted by me of the following form: the shape of the shield is semi-circular; the tincture of the field is gules; the tincture of the cross is metal argente; and all the coat of arms has a watercolor finish.

In French its blazon is «de gueules à la croix d'argent».


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Gules, Argent and Cross.

Style keywords: Semi-circular, Illuminated and Watercolor.

Classification: Interpreted, Civic, Coat of arms and House of Savoy.

Bearer: Saboya, Ducado de.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

John de Beauchamp

Vair.

Joan de Beauchamp ~ John de Beauchamp.

Vair.

Escudo de veros.

Interpreted coat of arms, the shape of the shield is triangular and curved plain tinctures metal Argent and colour Azure, outlined in sable; and a free hand finishing.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 64] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 64].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Vair, Argent and Azure.

Style keywords: Triangular curved, Spot ink, Outlined in sable and Freehand.

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Juan de Beauchamp.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Simon de Ver

Gules, three Cinquefoils Argent.

Simon de Vere ~ Simon de Ver.

Gules, three Cinquefoils Argent.

Escudo de gules, tres quinquefolios de plata.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 85] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 85].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Gules, Three, Cinquefoil, Argent and Ordered.

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

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Simón de Vere.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Bartholomew de Yattendon

Gironny of eight Argent and Sable.

Bartholomew de Yattendon ~ Bartholomeu de Loctringdene.

Gironny of eight Argent and Sable.

Jironado, plata y sable.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 88] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 88].


Blazon keywords: Gironny, Eight, Argent and Sable.

Style keywords: Pointed, Spot ink, Outlined in sable and Freehand.

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Bartolomé de Yattendon.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Thomas Roscelyn

Gules, three Buckles Argent.

Tomás Roscelyn Thomas ~ Roscelyn ~ Thomas Rocelin.

Gules, three Buckles Argent.

Escudo de gules, tres hebillas de plata.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 595] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 595].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, Three, Buckle, Sable and Ordered.

Style keywords: Triangular curved, Illuminated, Outlined in sable and Freehand.

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Tomás Roscelyn.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Norman Darcy

Argent, three Cinquefoils Gules.

Norman de Darcy ~ Norman Darcy ~ Norman de Arci.

Argent, three Cinquefoils Gules.

Escudo de plata, tres quinquefolios de gules.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 230] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 230].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, Three, Cinquefoil, Gules and Ordered.

Style keywords: Triangular curved, Illuminated, Sombreado, Outlined in sable and Entelado.

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Norman de Darcy.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Thomas le FizThomas

Lozengy Argent and Gules.

Thomas FitzThomas ~ Thomas le FizThomas.

Lozengy Argent and Gules.

Escudo losanjado de plata y gules.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 245] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 245].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Lozengy, Argent and Gules.

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

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Tomás FitzThomas.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Simon de Crombe

Argent, a Chevron Gules, on a Chief Gules, three Escallops Argent, in fess.

Simon de Croome ~ Simon de Crombe.

Argent, a Chevron Gules, on a Chief Gules, three Escallops Argent, in fess.

Escudo de plata: un cabrio de gules; el jefe de azur, tres veneras de plata, en faja.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 623] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 623].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, One, Chevron, Gules, Chief, Three, Escallop and In fess.

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

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Simón de Croome.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Robert de Malet

Argent, three Buckles Sable.

Roberto de Malet ~ Robert de Malet

Argent, three Buckles Sable.

Escudo de plata, tres hebillas de sable.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 595] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 595].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, Three, Buckle, Sable and Ordered.

Style keywords: Triangular curved, Illuminated and Freehand.

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Roberto de Malet.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Adam de Cretingges

Argent, a Chevron Gules between three Mullets Gules.

Adam de Creeting ~ Adam de Cretingges.

Argent, a Chevron Gules between three Mullets Gules.

Escudo de plata, un cabrio de gules, acompañado de tres estrellas de gules, dos y una.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 623] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 623].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, One, Chevron, Gules, Between, Three, Mullet and Ordered.

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

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Adan de Creeting.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Howel ap Res

Gules, a Chevron Argent between three Mullets Argent.

Howel Ap Rhys ~ Howel ap Res.

Gules, a Chevron Argent between three Mullets Argent.

Escudo de gules, un cabrio de plata, acompañado de tres estrellas de plata, dos y una.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 623] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 623].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Gules, One, Chevron, Argent, Between, Three, Mullet and Ordered.

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

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Howel Ap Rhys.

Blazon equivalent to: Juan le Sturmy.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Baudry in France

Sable, three Dexter hands Argent, turned up, and appaumée.

Sable, three Dexter hands Argent, turned up, and appaumée.

Escudo de sable, tres manos diestras de plata, levantadas y apalpadas.

Coat of arms interpreted based on blazon and explanations of [Avilés, J.; 1725a; pages 34 y 35 y sheet 2 figure 38].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Sable, Three, Hand, Dexter, Argent, Turned up, Appaumée and Ordered.

Style keywords: Semi-circular, Spot ink, Outlined in the field tincture and Soft metal.

Classification: Interpreted, Personal and Reino de Francia.

Bearer: Baudry en Francia.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

John le Sturmy

Gules, a Chevron Argent between three Mullets Argent.

Juan le Sturmy ~ Joan le Strumi ~ John le Sturmy.

Gules, a Chevron Argent between three Mullets Argent.

Escudo de gules, un cabrio de plata, acompañado de tres estrellas de plata, dos y una.

Included in [Vincent, MS; 1285; number 664] also known as [St. George's Roll; 1285; number 664].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Gules, One, Chevron, Argent, Between, Three, Mullet and Ordered.

Style keywords: Pointed, Spot ink, Outlined in sable and Freehand.

Classification: Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Juan le Sturmy.

Blazon equivalent to: Howel Ap Rhys.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Dimidiation vs. impalement, comparative schema

Dimidiacion 12 Dimidiation Dimidiated jpg

Dimidiation~dimidiated vs impalement~impaled.


Blazon keywords: Azure, Argent and Dimidiated.

Style keywords: Outlined in sable.

Classification: Schema.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Eight-ball

Or, a Billiard 8 ball Sable and Argent.

Imaginary coat of arms for the poolgame called Eight-ball

Or, a Billiard 8 ball Sable and Argent.

Coat of arms I created with: the shape semicircular at base; the field with a metallic finishing; and the charge with an iridescent finishing.


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Or, One, Non-classic artifact, Sable and Argent.

Style keywords: Semi-circular, Crystalline, Soft metal, Outlined in sable and Illuminated.

Classification: Created, Imaginary and Coat of arms.

Imaginary bearer: Bola 8.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Club Ecuestre Val'Quirico, heraldic document

ValQuiricoE 27 CatalogoHeraldico jpg

Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Azure, One, Angel, Argent, Crowned, Crown, Crined, Vested, Or, Charged, Book, Open, Three, Head, Horse, Sable, Couped, In pale, Crest, Wreath, Owl, Nascent, Beaked, Mantling, Diapered and Motto (identification).

Style keywords: Crystalline, Illuminated, Rounded, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Catalogue, Created and Socioeconomic.

Bearer: Club Ecuestre Val'Quirico.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Carlos Vidriales, certification, pages 3 and 6

VidrialesC 31 Certificacion Paginas3y6 jpg

Arms of Carlos Vidriales García Bustamante painted by me in the Certification of the King of Arms of Castile and Leon Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera and Gila, Marquess of La Floresta, Viscount of Ayala and grand of Spain. The image shows the pages 3 and 6 of this certification.


Credits:

  • Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera y Gila is the author of this certification of arms.
  • Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas is the author of the heraldic art for the certified coat of arms.

Categories: Certification, 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, Accolé, Decoration, Cross, Suspended and Base.

Root: Vidriales García y Bustamante, Carlos.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Vidriales, C. M.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colours 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 colours 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, Label and Suspended.

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

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Vidriales, C. M..

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 colours 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 colours 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..

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Chinese dragon head

ThompsonN 25 Dragons Head Gules Langued Azure jpg

Blazon keywords: Head, Chinese dragon, Gules, Langued, Azure, The eyes, Argent and Sable.

Style keywords: Freehand, Spot ink and Illuminated.

Bearer: Thompson, Neil.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Javier Fernández-Cortés y Fonseca, nobility of Asturias

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Azur, five Bezants saltirewise; 2 and 3 Or, three hearts Gules ordered. Crest: Upon a Helm Argent with a Wreath Or and Azure a Lion Or, rampantant, langued and armed Gules. Mantling: Azure doubled Or. Suspended from the base the insignia of the Cuerpo de la Nobleza del Principado de Asturias.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Azur, five Bezants saltirewise; 2 and 3 Or, three hearts Gules ordered. Crest: Upon a Helm Argent with a Wreath Or and Azure a Lion Or, rampantant, langued and armed Gules. Mantling: Azure doubled Or. Suspended from the base the insignia of the Cuerpo de la Nobleza del Principado de Asturias.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Azure, Five, Bezant, Bezant and plate, In sotuer, Or, Three, Heart, Gules, Ordered, Crest, Helm, Argent, Mantling, Wreath, Lion, Rampant, Langued, Armed, Suspended, Base and Decoration.

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

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Fernández-Cortés y Fonseca, Javier.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Quarterly Or and Argent and quarterly Gules and Argent, comparison

Quarterly Or and Argent, schema

The rule of tincture, «metal should not be put on metal, nor colour on colour», is the most famous rule of the heraldry. In the divisions of the field, for example, party per fess, party per pale, quartered, etc., the tinctures are beside each other, not one on top of the other, because the divisions are not charges, so the rule of tincture does not apply. Although as a rule of aesthetics may be useful in the case of divisions.

Quarterly Gules and Argent, schema

Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Argent, Gules and Or.

Style keywords: Freehand, Outlined in sable, Spot ink and Illuminated.

Classification: Created and Schema.

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

Nisbet, A.; 1722

Alexander Nisbet, System of Heraldry, 1722, coat of arms

Alexander Nisbet, «System of Heraldry Speculative and Practical: With the True Art of Blazon», subtitle «according to the most approved heralds in Europe: illustrated with suitable examples of armoria figures, and achievements of the most considerable surnames and families in Scotland, together with historical and genealogical memorials relative thereto», printed by J. MackEuen, Edinburgh, 1722.


This is the very 1st edition of this book and I consult the edition [Nisbet, A.; 1816].


Bibliographical reference of century XVIII.

Author: Nisbet, Alexander.

Here are the articles quoting this reference:

External link:

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

Rylands, J. P.; 1882

Walkington, registered in The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580

John Paul Rylands, «The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1580, Made by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, for William Flower, Norroy King of Arms, with Numerous Additions and Continuations, Including those from The Visitation of Cheshire in the Year 1566, by the same Herald, with an Appendix Containing The Visitation of a Part of Cheshire in the Year 1533, William Fellows, Lancaster Herald, for Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux King Of Arms, And a Fragment of The Visitation of the City of Chester in the Year 1591, Made by Thomas Chaloner, Deputy to the Office Of Arms», edited by John Paul Rylands, F. S. A., published by The Harleian Society, London, 1882.


[Goldstraw, M. S. J.; 2013a] es una recreación a color de los escudos registrados en este libro.

El escudo que ilustra esta referencia bibliográfica es uno de los que se registran en este libro y corresponde al escudo de Tatton de Wythenshawe, con la diferencia que aquí no se ha incluido su timbre.


Bibliographical reference of century XIX.

 

Dr. Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas,
,
Paseo de la Castellana 135, planta 7a,
28046 Madrid, España.