An eye is an organ for seeing. It was used as an heraldic charge in the arms of di Belugi, mid-15th C. [Triv 80], and in the badge of Blount, c.1520 [HB 79]. The default heraldic eye is the human eye. At one time, the Society defined proper tinctures for the eye, but that practice has been discontinued; eyes not solidly tinctured must be specified, e.g., an “eye argent irised azure”.
Other eye variants unique to Society heraldry include the “cyclopean eye”, which is perfectly round; the “cat’s eye”, with a slitted pupil; and the “dragon’s eye”, which has been described as a Germanic rune, and is no longer permitted for use in Society heraldry.
Kelan Greeneye bears: Azure, three eyes argent irised vert.
Melisande Shadow bears: Sable, two cat’s eyes vert pupilled sable and fimbriated argent.
Hywel ap Riccerch bears: Per saltire vert and gules, a barrel helm affronty argent, within the eyeslit a cyclopean eye argent irised sable.
Frederic of the West Tower bears as a badge: Or, a dragon’s eye gules.