Ordinary vair in German heraldry is known as Eisenht-feh, or iron hat vair.
In heraldry, the common bucket is called a water bouget or budget.
In heraldry, when several eagles are on the same escutcheon, they are termed eaglets.
The two metals and the five colours of heraldry: Nos. 50-56.
These crosses are fully described in the larger treatises on heraldry, together with numerous others.
The reader may be referred to the Appendix of Nisbet's heraldry, vol.
In Scottish heraldry, indeed, cushions appear to have been of very ancient (and general) use, and are frequently to be met with.
The dignity of knighthood, the rules of heraldry, were common to all.
Beyond casual mention this mythical creature does not appear in heraldry.
It seems, from what your aunt tells me, that he is very learned in heraldry.
"art of arms and armorial bearings," late 14c., heraldy, from Old French hiraudie "heralds collectively," from hiraut (see herald (n.)). The spelling with -r- is attested from 1570s (cf. poetry, pedantry).