Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Papellony

See also: Papellony in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Papellony (Fur, 1) §

Device
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Neutral fur, related to vair. Two contrasting tinctures. Blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.”

See also the papellony field treatment, which is blazoned “tincture papellony tincture.”

Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Very rare in period armory.

Papellony (Fur, 2) §

Device
Badge

Neutral fur, related to vair. Two contrasting tinctures. Blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.”

See also the papellony field treatment, which is blazoned “tincture papellony tincture.”

Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Very rare in period armory.

Papellony (Fur, 3) §

Device
Badge

Neutral fur, related to vair. Two contrasting tinctures. Blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.” See also the papellony field treatment, which is blazoned “tincture papellony tincture.”

Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Source: Codice Trivulziano 2168. Artist unknown. (Folio 1r.)

Papellony (Fur, 4) §

Device
Badge

Neutral fur, related to vair. Two contrasting tinctures. Blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.” See also the papellony field treatment, which is blazoned “tincture papellony tincture.”

Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Source: Codice Trivulziano 2168. Artist unknown. (Folio 1r.)

Papellony (Treatment, 1) §

Device
Badge

Must use two contrasting tinctures. Background blazoned first, as “tincture papellony tincture .”

See also the papellony neutral fur, which is blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.”

Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Very rare in period armory.

Papellony (Treatment, 2) §

Device
Badge

Must use two contrasting tinctures. Background blazoned first, as “tincture papellony tincture .”

See also the papellony neutral fur, which is blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.”

Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Very rare in period armory.

Papellony (Treatment, 3) §

Device
Badge

Must use two contrasting tinctures. Background blazoned first, as “tincture papellony tincture .” See also the papellony neutral fur, which is blazoned “papellony tincture and tincture.” Term is French, suggesting the scales of a butterfly wing.

Source: Armorial de Waignart. Artist: Pierre Waignart. (MS 107, folio 623r.)