A cornice is an architectural feature, consisting of a molded projection from a wall or pillar. As the term is used in the Society, it refers specifically to the molded frame of a decorative window; the period heraldic example, the arms of de Bolonia, mid-15th C. [Triv 64; cf. BSB 270:185, c.1550] depicts a four-lobed quadrate frame consistent with Gothic tracery. See also edifice, foil.
Lyonnette Cheneval bears: Gules, a four lobed quadrate cornice Or.
Alienor de Montserrat bears: Sable, a lily within a four lobed quadrate cornice argent.
Vigdís Gráfeldr bears as a badge: A raven sable within and conjoined to a four lobed quadrate cornice gules.