Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Heart

See also: Heart in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry; Heart (2) in Pennsic Traceable Art.

Heart (1) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

Heart (2) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

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

Heart (3) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

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

Heart (4) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Unknown.

Heart (5) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

Artist: Elionora inghean Ui Cheallaigh.

Heart (6) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

Heart (7) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Source: Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. Artist: Vigil Raber. (Page 129.)

Heart Enflamed to Chief §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

This version sporting a gout of flame is sometimes used as a symbol of Jesus’s love.

Source: Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes. (Page 12.) Artist: Unknown.

Winged Heart (1) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Source: Guillim’s Display of Heraldry. Artist unknown.

Winged Heart (2) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

Artist: Jessimond of Emerickeskepe.

Winged Heart (3) §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown. Adapted by Drystan ap Ercwlff.

Cross of Four Hearts Conjoined at the Points §

A symbolic version of the human heart.

Default posture: point to base. No proper coloration.

A cross of four hearts similar to this was reportedly used on the sixteenth-century seal of the Cathedral of Åbo.

Knot of Two Hearts Voided and Braced §

A knotwork design formed of two interlaced heart shapes.

Source: Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. Artist: Vigil Raber. (From page 258.)