Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Lozenge

See also: Fusil and Lozenge in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Cross Of Four Lozenges §

A cross formed of four diamonds.

Default orientation: crosswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Lozenge (1) §

A diamond shape. Sometimes blazoned a “fusil” if the lozenge is especially narrow.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Lozenge (2) §

A diamond shape. Sometimes blazoned a “fusil” if the lozenge is especially narrow.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Lozenge (3) §

A diamond shape. Sometimes blazoned a “fusil” if the lozenge is especially narrow.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Le second volume de la premiere partye du blason d'armoiries. Artist unknown.

Lozenge (4) §

A diamond shape. Sometimes blazoned a “fusil” if the lozenge is especially narrow.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Nobiliario de Armas de Valencia, Aragón y Cataluña. Artist unknown. (Folio 1v.)

Three Lozenges Conjoined In Pall §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Siebmacher’s Wappenbuch of 1605. Artist: Johann Siebmacher. (Plate 52, arms of Braun.)

Lozenge Ployé (1) §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

The term “ployé” indicates that the sides are curved in.

Lozenge Ployé (2) §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

The term “ployé” indicates that the sides are curved in.

Lozenge Ployé (3) §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

The term “ployé” indicates that the sides are curved in.

Lozenge Pometty (1) §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

The term “pometty” indicates that a round ball has been added to each corner.

Lozenge Pometty (2) §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

The term “pometty” indicates that a round ball has been added to each corner.

Lozenge Pometty (3) §

A diamond shape.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

The term “pometty” indicates that a round ball has been added to each corner.

Three Lozenges Conjoined in Pale §

Found in Japanese armory where it is blazoned "Three Story Water Chestnut." This charge has not yet been registered in the Society.

Source: Kenmon Shokamon. (Japan,1470) Artist unknown. (Mon of Ogasawara.) Adapted by Séamus Uí Chonchobhair.

Mascle (1) §

A diamond shape voided.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Mascle (2) §

A diamond shape voided.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Unknown.

Mascle (3) §

A diamond voided.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Unknown.

Mascle Ployé (1) §

A diamond voided with curved sides.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Roana d’Evreux.

Mascle Ployé (2) §

A diamond voided with curved sides.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Rustre §

A diamond pierced by a circle. Default orientation: one point to chief.