Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Rose

See also: Rose in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry; Rose, slipped and leaved (1) in Pennsic Traceable Art.

Rose (1) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose (2) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose (3) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose (4) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: Heraldic Templates. Artist: Torric inn Björn.

Rose (5) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: Banners, Standards, and Badges. Artist: Thomas Willement.

Rose (6) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Double-flowered varieties with numerous overlapping blossoms are called apothecary roses, although they not so blazoned in the society today.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art Archives. Artist: Ian Raven of Tadcaster.

Rose (7) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors,and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Default orientation: affronty. No proper coloration.

Source: Two Tudor Books of Arms. Artist: Robert Cooke. (From page 171.)

Rose (8) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors,and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Default orientation: affronty. No proper coloration.

Source: Sammelband Mehrerer Wappenbücher. Artist unknown. (Folio 176v.)

Rose (9) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors,and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Default orientation: affronty. No proper coloration.

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

Rose (10) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: The Accedence of Armorie. Artist unknown. (From folio 99v.)

Rose (11) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose (12) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: Sledgehamster. Artist: Grimwulf Harland.

Rose (13) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Default posture: one point to chief. No proper coloration.

Rose (14) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: Scheibler Armorial. Artist: Unknown. (From the arms of von Eberstain.)

Rose Slipped & Leaved (1) §

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose Slipped & Leaved (2) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose Slipped & Leaved (3) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Rose Slipped & Leaved (4) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

The March 2012 LoAR ruled that depictions of roses in profile, rather than affronty, are considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Rose Slipped & Leaved (5) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

The March 2012 LoAR ruled that depictions of roses in profile, rather than affronty, are considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Rose Slipped and Leaved (6) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

The March 2012 LoAR ruled that depictions of roses in profile, rather than affronty, are considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

Source: Heraldic Templates. Artist: Torric inn Björn.

Rose Slipped & Leaved (7) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: Banners, Standards, and Badges. Artist: Thomas Willement.

Chaplet of Roses (1) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

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

Chaplet of Roses (2) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Source: Sledgehamster. Artist: Grimwulf Harland.

Chaplet of Roses (3) §

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns.

Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose.

Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Artist: Roana d’Evreux. Adapted by Malys mac Néill and Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Orle of Roses §

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Badge

A perennial flowering shrub known for its beauty and sharp thorns. Wreaths, chaplets, orles and bordures of roses are reserved to queens, princesses, and companions of the rose. Roses tinctured gules and argent (either doubled, quarterly, or per pale) are restricted as badges of the Tudors, and a crowned rose is restricted as an English royal badge.

Artist: Roana d’Evreux. Adapted by Malys mac Néill and Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.