Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Cup

See also: Cup in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

A container for drinking liquids.

Default orientation: upright. No default coloration unless the material is blazoned.

Cup (6) §

Source: Mamluk Emblems Online Corpus. Artist unknown. (Adapted from a photograph of the facade of a ruined house in Aleppo, dated to before 1497, depicting the emblem of Qānṣūh al-Yaḥyāwī.)

Cup (7) §

Source: Mamluk Emblems Online Corpus. Artist unknown. (Adapted from a photograph of the Caravanserai of Yūnus al-Dawādār in Gaza City, Palestine, dated to 1387, depicting the emblem of Amir Yunis Ibn ‘Abdallah al-Nawruzi.)

Double Cup (1) §

The double cup design, with a pair of cups that stacked together, was called a "doppelbecher" in German, and was associated with weddings.

Source: Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. Artist: Vigil Raber. (From page 238.)

Double Cup (2) §

The double cup design, with a pair of cups that stacked together, was called a "doppelbecher" in German, and was associated with weddings.

Source: Neustifter Wappenbuch. Artist: Vigil Raber. (Arms of Vollandt, page 151.)

Double Cup (3) §

The double cup design, with a pair of cups that stacked together, was called a "doppelbecher" in German, and was associated with weddings.

Source: Zurich Roll. Artist unknown. (Folio 3r, arms of Liebeneberg .) Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.