Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Knife

See also: Knife in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Knife (1) §

A sharp tool such as one might use in the kitchen.

Default orientation: point to chief, cutting to dexter. Proper coloration: blade argent, handle Or or brown wood.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

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Knife (2) §

A sharp tool such as one might use in the kitchen.

Default orientation: point to chief, cutting to dexter.

Proper coloration: blade argent, handle Or or brown wood.

Source: Scheibler Armorial. Artist unknown.

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Knife (3) §

A sharp tool such as one might use in the kitchen.

Default orientation: point to chief, cutting to dexter.

Proper coloration: blade argent, handle Or or brown wood.

Source: Opera Dell'arte Del Cucinare. Artist unknown. (Page 966.)

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Knife (4) §

A sharp tool such as one might use in the kitchen.

Default orientation: point to chief, cutting to dexter.

Proper coloration: blade argent, handle Or or brown wood.

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Pruning Knife (1) §

A farming implement used to cut plants.

Default orientation: point to chief, cutting to dexter. Proper coloration: blade argent, handle Or or brown wood.

Source: Opus Insignium Armorumque. (Folio. 102) Artist: Johann Weikhard von Valvasor. Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

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Pruning Knife (2) §

A farming implement used to cut plants. Often called a billhook or "spar hook."

Default orientation: point to chief, cutting to dexter. Proper coloration: blade argent, handle Or or brown wood.

Adapted from images of traditional British billhooks.

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