There are cotises either side of the chevron which are white (argent).
In heraldic language, there are bars of gules and argent, with three mullets, or stars.
We had been out-fitted in London by the world-renowned firm of argent and Joy.
An argent shaft of moonlight slanting down through the foliage illumined her face.
On a scutcheon of pretence in the centre, argent, a lion ramp.
Clodia smiled, and her beauty emerged like the argent moon from sullen clouds.
Crest; a dragon's sinister wing, argent, charged with a cross, gules.
argent, a pale per pale or, and gules: between two limbs of an oak fructed proper.
A dolphin, argent, naisant and crowned, part of the company's arms.
The arms of Haseley of Suffolk are: "argent, a fess gules, between three hazel-nuts or, stalks and leaves vert."
c.1300, "quicksilver, the metal mercury," from Old French argent (11c.), from Latin argentum "silver, silver work, white money," from PIE *arg-ent- (cf. Avestan erezata-, Old Persian ardata-, Armenian arcat, Old Irish argat, Breton arc'hant "silver"), from root *arg- "to shine; white," thus "the shining or white metal, silver" (cf. Greek argos "white," arguron "silver;" Sanskrit arjuna- "white, shining," rajata- "silver," Hittite harki- "white"). Meaning "silver, silver coin" is early 15c. in English; the adjective sense "silver-colored," late 15c.