"Argent, a bend, vert. The bend is an honourable ordinary, formed by two diagonal lines drawn from the dexter chief to the sinister base, and contains the fifth part of the field if uncharged; but if charged with other figures, the third part of the field." -Hall, 1862

Ordinary Bend

"Argent, a bend, vert. The bend is an honourable ordinary, formed by two diagonal lines drawn from the…

"Argent, three couple-closes interlaced vert. COUPLE-CLOSE. One of the diminutives of the chevron, half the size of the chevronel." -Hall, 1862

Couple-Close

"Argent, three couple-closes interlaced vert. COUPLE-CLOSE. One of the diminutives of the chevron, half…

"Cross quarter-pierced. CROSS. An honourable ordinary, more used as a charge in a coat of arms than any of the others." -Hall, 1862

Cross Quarter-Pierced

"Cross quarter-pierced. CROSS. An honourable ordinary, more used as a charge in a coat of arms than…

"Argent, a pale, dancette vert. DANCETTE. A zig-zag figure with spaces between the points, much larger than in the indented." -Hall, 1862

Dancette

"Argent, a pale, dancette vert. DANCETTE. A zig-zag figure with spaces between the points, much larger…

"ESCALOP. The shell of a sea-fish, used to decorate the palmers on their way to and from Palestine; frequently used as a charge in Heraldry." -Hall, 1862

Escalop

"ESCALOP. The shell of a sea-fish, used to decorate the palmers on their way to and from Palestine;…

"Or, a garter vert. GARTER. One of the diminutives of the bend, being half the size." -Hall, 1862

Garter

"Or, a garter vert. GARTER. One of the diminutives of the bend, being half the size." -Hall, 1862

"Or, a lozenge vert. LOZENGE. An angular figure, known as diamond-shaped, to distinguish it from the square." -Hall, 1862

Lozenge

"Or, a lozenge vert. LOZENGE. An angular figure, known as diamond-shaped, to distinguish it from the…

"Argent, a lozenge, vert. The lozenge is formed by four equal and parallel lines but not rectangular, two of its opposite angles being acute, and two obtuse." -Hall, 1862

Lozenge Ordinary

"Argent, a lozenge, vert. The lozenge is formed by four equal and parallel lines but not rectangular,…

"Argent, a mascle, vert. MASCLE. An open lozenge-shaped figure, one of the subordinate ordinaries." -Hall, 1862

Mascle

"Argent, a mascle, vert. MASCLE. An open lozenge-shaped figure, one of the subordinate ordinaries."…

The Argent Ordinary has a base color of vert or green.

Argent Ordinary

The Argent Ordinary has a base color of vert or green.

The Checky Ordinary has nine checkers that are vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

Checky Ordinary

The Checky Ordinary has nine checkers that are vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

The Or Ordinary is a chevron design in a vert (green) color.

Or Ordinary

The Or Ordinary is a chevron design in a vert (green) color.

The Per Bend Ordinary is in or and vert (green) colors.

Per Bend Ordinary

The Per Bend Ordinary is in or and vert (green) colors.

The Per Bend Ordinary has the dexter half in argent (silver), and the sinister (left side) per bend sinister in vert (green) and or.

Per Bend Ordinary

The Per Bend Ordinary has the dexter half in argent (silver), and the sinister (left side) per bend…

The Per Saltire Ordinary is in vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

Per Saltire Ordinary

The Per Saltire Ordinary is in vert (green) and argent (silver) colors.

Gules, two bendlets, engrailed, argent. The riband, which is one third less than the garter and the bendlet, must never occupy more than one sixth of the field. -Hall, 1862

Shield Showing Riband

Gules, two bendlets, engrailed, argent. The riband, which is one third less than the garter and the…

"Pomeis, vert. In addition to the foregoing tinctures, there are nine roundlets or balls used in Armory, the names of which are sufficient to denote their colour without expressing the same." -Hall, 1862

Roundlet Pomeis

"Pomeis, vert. In addition to the foregoing tinctures, there are nine roundlets or balls used in Armory,…

A heraldic shield with a green surface, represented by the diagonal lines drawn from the top left corner to the bottom right corner.

Vert Shield

A heraldic shield with a green surface, represented by the diagonal lines drawn from the top left corner…

"Vert, two triangles braced, argent. BRACED. Two figures of the same form, interlacing each other." -Hall, 1862

Triangles Braced

"Vert, two triangles braced, argent. BRACED. Two figures of the same form, interlacing each other."…

"Vert, a bordure argent, verdoy, of trefoils. VERDOY. A bordure charged with eight leaves." -Hall, 1862

Verdoy

"Vert, a bordure argent, verdoy, of trefoils. VERDOY. A bordure charged with eight leaves." -Hall, 1862