Edward Arden bore the family arms: Ermine, a fesse chequy or and azure.
The Pakingtons of Worcester quarter Ermine on a fesse componé or, and az.
Where there are charges both upon and beside a bend, fesse or the like, a curious inversion is used by pedantic blazoners.
His seal bore on a shield a fesse chequy between two roundels.
But their scutcheon was—and Jeanne never forgot the fact—argent, three fleurs de lys or, on a fesse azure.
A term in use for a fesse, bar, or chevron when embattled on both edges.
I bear azure powdered with trefoils or, with a lion's paw of the same armed gules in fesse.
"vert, three eagles displayed on a fesse, or," on his book-plate.
The fesse indented or engrailed is made up of fusils as is the engrailed bend.
The pale is like the fesse, except that its direction is perpendicular.
To confess; admit the truth: Then why doesn't the judge come clean and fess up?/ He finally fessed up to something that I've known a long time (1840+)