Quiver with two arrows (Period)

Quiver with two arrows (Period)

A quiver is a container that allows for the protection of and easy access to arrows.  It’s found in the arms of Loyd, 1632 [Guillim2 336].  The quiver is palewise by default.  If the quiver contains arrows, the fact must be blazoned; the illustration shows a quiver with two arrows.

Tsunetomi Todomu bears:  Sable, a Japanese quiver with two arrows within a bordure argent.

Elizabeth Wingfield bears:  Per pale and per chevron gules and Or, a quiver holding two arrows sable.

Malcolm Hogg bears:  Per chevron sable and vert, three quivers each with two arrows argent.

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