Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Goutte

See also: Gout in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

A drop of fluid. Sometimes spelled “gout.”

Goutte (1) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Goutte (2) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Goutte (3) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Source: Viking Answer Lady SVG Images For Heralds. Artist: Gunnvôr silfrahárr. Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Goutte (4) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Source: Viking Answer Lady SVG Images For Heralds. Artist: Gunnvôr silfrahárr.

Goutte (5) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Source: A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry. (Found in the arms of Harbottle as a goutte inverted, blazoned an icicle.) Artist: James or Irene Parker.

Goutte (6) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Source: Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. Artist: Vigil Raber. (Page 309.)

Goutte (7) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Goutte (8) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

Straight-sided or teardrop-shaped gouttes are not found in period armory and are considered poor style, but may be registered if they are at least twice as long as they are wide, as noted on the March 2013 cover letter.

Goutte (9) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

This form of goutte is not found in period armory and is no longer registrable.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Goutte (10) §

Typically blazoned by tincture, if argent a “goutte d’eau” (water), if Or “d’or”, if azure “des larmes” (tears), if gules “de sang” (blood), if sable “de poix” (tar), if vert “d’huile” (olive oil), if purpure “de vin” (wine).

This form of goutte does not meet the criteria set out on the March 2013 cover letter and is no longer registrable.

Goutte of Flame §

A goutte of flame is striped alternately gules and Or.

Source: Viking Answer Lady SVG Images For Heralds. Artist: Gunnvôr silfrahárr.