But in the North of England their 'paly gold' used to be a much rarer treasure.
When the field is striped vertically it is said to be "paly" of so many (Fig. 57).
The vision had the aspect of a fair young girl with locks of paly gold.
Even the paly gold of her hair seemed to catch the glory that so suddenly and absolutely illumined her.
The vision had the aspect of a fair young girl, with locks of paly gold.
Graunson bore “paly silver and azure with a bend gules and three golden eagles thereon.”
The paly light of evening falls upon a face infinitely sad and wistful.
Owen Glendower also bore a lion rampant sable, “the black lion of Powyss;” his arms were paly of eight, arg.
The second coat of Adam, says this writer, was ‘paly tranche, divided every way and tinctured of every colour.’