Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Oak

See also: Acorn in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry; Sprig, Oak fructed (1) in Pennsic Traceable Art.

Acorn (1) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

Source: Heraldic Templates. Artist: Torric inn Björn.

Acorn (2) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

Source: A Complete Guide to Heraldry. Artist: Graham Johnston.

Acorn (3) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Acorn (4) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Acorn (5) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

Source: SVG Heraldry Components. Artist: Nicholas de Estleche.

Acorn (6) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

Source: Le Blason Des Armoiries. Artist: Jérôme de Bara. (Page 78.)

Acorn (7) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief. Proper coloration: brown.

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

Acorn Slipped & Leaved (1) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief.

Proper coloration: brown nut, green leaves.

Source: A Complete Guide to Heraldry. Artist: Graham Johnston.

Acorn Slipped & Leaved (2) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief.

Proper coloration: brown nut, green leaves.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Roana d’Evreux (attributed).

Acorn Slipped & Leaved (3) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief.

Proper coloration: brown nut, green leaves.

Artist: Bróccín MacIvyr

Acorn Slipped & Leaved (4) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief.

Proper coloration: brown nut, green leaves.

Source: SVG Heraldry Components. Artist: Nicholas de Estleche.

Acorn Slipped & Leaved (5) §

The nut of an oak tree.

Default alignment: stem to chief.

Proper coloration: brown nut, green leaves.

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

Oak Leaf (1) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: green leaves.

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

Oak Leaf (2) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: green leaves.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Oak Leaf (3) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: green leaves.

Source: SVG Heraldry Components. Artist: Nicholas de Estleche.

Oak Leaf (4) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: green leaves.

Artist: Iago ab Adam. Adapted from Wappenbuch Conrads von Grünenberg.

Oak Leaf (5) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: green leaves.

Source: Von Den Fürsten Grauen, Herren. Adapted by Iago ab Adam.

Oak Sprig §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Pennsic Heralds’ Point Artists. Artist: Unknown.

Oak Sprig Fructed (1) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Oak Sprig Fructed (2) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default alignment: stem to base. Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Some Feudal Lords and Their Seals. Artist unknown.

Oak Tree Fructed §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (1) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: A Complete Guide to Heraldry. Artist: Graham Johnston.

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (2) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

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

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (3) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

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

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (4) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Roana d’Evreux (attributed).

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (5) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default orientation: roots to base. Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Ortus Sanitatis. Artist: Unknown.

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (6) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default orientation: roots to base. Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

Source: Herby Rycerstwa Polskiego. Artist unknown. (Page 572.)

Oak Tree Fructed and Eradicated (7) §

The most common type of tree in heraldry, known for its production of acorns.

Default orientation: roots to base. Proper coloration: brown wood, green leaves, brown acorns.

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