Angles palewise (Disallowed)

Angles palewise (Disallowed)

Angles are of obscure origin, but are supposed to represent a belt fastener [Parker 11], and as a result seem always to be borne in pairs.  No examples of their use in period armory have been found; pending such evidence, angles are no longer permitted for Society use.  See also chevron.

Albrecht von Swabia, the Clumsy bears:  Or, a pair of angles palewise interlaced in fess sable.

Kenneth of Elsinore bears:  Azure, a pair of angles fesswise interlaced in pale Or.

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