Frimbriated Cross

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“The Fimbriated Cross is a cross having a border of another tincture, generally for the purpose of allowing it, if it be of metal, to be placed upon a field of another metal; the fimbration, or intervening border, being of a color to prevent the violation of the rule that ‘metal cannot be placed upon metal, or color upon color.’"—Aveling, 1891


Aveling, S.T. Heraldry: Ancient and Modern (New York, NY: Frederick Warne and Co., 1891)


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