Argent, a scarpe, purpure. The scarpe is the diminutive of the bend sinister, and is half its size. -Hall, 1862

Bend Sinister

Argent, a scarpe, purpure. The scarpe is the diminutive of the bend sinister, and is half its size.…

"Or, a chief, purpure, in the lower part a fillet, azure. The chief has a diminutive called a fillet; it must never be more than one fourth the breadth of the chief." -Hall, 1862

Fillet and Chief

"Or, a chief, purpure, in the lower part a fillet, azure. The chief has a diminutive called a fillet;…

"Or, a fusil purpure. THE FUSIL. Is longer than the lozenge: the upper and lower ends are more acute." -Hall, 1862

Fusil

"Or, a fusil purpure. THE FUSIL. Is longer than the lozenge: the upper and lower ends are more acute."…

"Or, a pale purpure, flory and counter flory gules. COUNTER FLORY. Any ordinary ornamented with fleurs-de-luce: the points of the flowers run alternately in a contrary direction." -Hall, 1862

Pale Counter Flory

"Or, a pale purpure, flory and counter flory gules. COUNTER FLORY. Any ordinary ornamented with fleurs-de-luce:…

"Argent, a pile, purpure. PILE. An angular figure like a wedge, formed by lines running from the dexter and sinister chief to the middle base." -Hall, 1862

Pile

"Argent, a pile, purpure. PILE. An angular figure like a wedge, formed by lines running from the dexter…

"Golpe, purpure. GOLPS. Roundlets of a purple tincture. The colour is not stated, as the name denotes the colour." -Hall, 1862

Roundlet Golpe

"Golpe, purpure. GOLPS. Roundlets of a purple tincture. The colour is not stated, as the name denotes…

Gules, a baton, sable, garnished, or. The baton is the fourth part of the bend, and, as before mentioned, it is a mark of illegitimacy, and seldom used in Heraldry, but by the illegitimate descendants of royalty. -Hall, 1862

Shield Showing Scarpe

Gules, a baton, sable, garnished, or. The baton is the fourth part of the bend, and, as before mentioned,…

A heraldic shield with a purple surface, shown by the diagonal lines stretching from the top-right corner down to the bottom-left corner.

Purpure Shield

A heraldic shield with a purple surface, shown by the diagonal lines stretching from the top-right corner…

"TRESSURE. An ordinary not so broad as an orle. It generally forms a border to the inescutcheon. Tressures are frequently borne double, and sometimes treble. They are generally ornamented flory and counter-flory. The example contains only a single tressure." -Hall, 1862

Tressure

"TRESSURE. An ordinary not so broad as an orle. It generally forms a border to the inescutcheon. Tressures…