The columbine is a droopy-petaled flower, which was held to have medicinal value in period. It’s a period charge, found as early as 1461, in the arms of the Worshipful Company of Cooks [Bromley & Child 53]. The columbine is drawn in a somewhat stylized manner, with the petals resembling doves (hence the name); it is pendant by default. When “proper”, the columbine has blue petals.
The Shire of Cúil Choluim bears: Purpure, on a chevron between three columbine flowers Or three laurel wreaths vert.
Aodhnait Máire Siobhán ní Nuanáin bears: Ermine, a columbine azure slipped and leaved vert.
Sancha de Flores bears: Gules, a columbine slipped and leaved argent.
Amabel Radleigh bears: Argent, three columbines azure, slipped and leaved vert.