Constance Grey bears: Azure, three water-bougets Or.
Elspeth of Seal Cove bears: Purpure, a water-bouget erminois.
Margaret de Mey bears: Gules, three water-bougets argent.
bottell (leather).A water-bouget is a pair of water bags on a yoke, drawn in a highly stylized heraldic form. It is one of the most ancient of charges, dating from 1244 in the arms of de Ros (Roos, Ross, Rous) [Asp2 212]. There are several period depictions of the water-bouget; no difference is counted between them. The illustration is taken from the Garter stall plate of Sir John Bourchier, d.1474. See also