A weaver’s slea (also spelled “slay”) is a frame strung with parallel wires, used on a loom to keep the warp threads separate; modern weavers call it the “reed”. The weaver’s slea is found in mundane heraldry, in the arms of the Weaver’s Company of Exeter [Parker 613], but has not yet been found in period heraldry. The weaver’s slea is fesswise by default; its “proper” tincture is brown with black wires.
Emelyn Gunnarsdóttir bears: Azure, six bees in annulo tails inward proper, on a chief embattled Or a weaver’s slea proper.
Medb ingen Dúngaile bears: Azure fretty argent, a weaver’s slea and a bordure Or.