Uther vom Schwartzwald bears: Sable, a winged chalice Or.
Denys Calais bears: Gules, a key Or winged argent.
Bronwyn Schutelisworth bears: Or, a weaver’s shuttle palewise vert winged sable.
winged monsters.Occasionally, inanimate charges may be shown with a pair of wings attached. Period examples include the winged column in the arms of von Oberndorff, c.1560 [BSB Cod.Icon 390:772]; the winged mount of six hillocks, in the arms of Lugarini, c.1550 [BSB Cod.Icon 278:423]; and the winged arrow in the arms of Zinngall or Zingel, c.1600 [BSB Cod.Icon 307:536]. By default, the wings will be eagle’s wings displayed, of comparable size to the charge. The wings are attached to the charge on its dexter and sinister sides; the exception seems to be for winged shoes, feet, &c, where the wings are addorsed and attached near the heel. The illustration shows a winged tower, as in the arms of Baldovini, c.1550 [BSB Cod.Icon 274:339]. See also