- heraldry a small shield-shaped charge in the centre of a shield
Examples from the Web for inescutcheon
Historical Examples of inescutcheon
Ireland, and the arms of Hanover were placed upon an inescutcheon.
This inescutcheon was surmounted by the Electoral cap, for which a crown was substituted later when Hanover became a kingdom.
When one Inescutcheon is borne, it is usually placed on the fesse-point; but several Inescutcheons may appear in one composition.
It is borne on an inescutcheon upon the arms of the Duke of Wellington as an augmentation.
The inescutcheon is a shield appearing as a charge upon the coat of arms.A Complete Guide to Heraldry
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies