Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Triskelion

See also: Triskelion in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Triskele (1) §

A three-armed curving spiral shape. Also blazoned a “triskelion arrondi.”

Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

No default orientation. No proper coloration.

Triskele (2) §

Three curves in pall. Also blazoned a “triskelion arrondi.”

No default orientation. No proper coloration.

Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

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

Triskele (3) §

Three curves in pall. Also blazoned a “triskelion arrondi.”

Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

No default orientation. No proper coloration.

Triskelion Pometty §

A three-armed curving shape with knobs on the ends of the arms.

No default orientation. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Heralds’ Point Artists. Artist unknown.

Triskelion of Spirals (1) §

A three-armed curving spiral shape.

No default orientation. No proper coloration.

Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

Source: Pennsic Heralds’ Point Artists. Artist unknown.

Triskelion of Spirals (2) §

A three-armed curving spiral shape.

No default orientation. No proper coloration. Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

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

Triskelion of Arms §

A three-armed curving spiral shape.

Source: Guillim’s Display of Heraldry. Artist unknown.

Triskelion of Legs §

Three human legs, flexed and conjoined in pall at the hip. No default alignment. No proper coloration.

Source: Wikimedia Commons. Artist: Fry1989. License: Released into the public domain. Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Triskelion of Legs Armored (1) §

Three human legs wearing armor, flexed and conjoined in pall at the hip.

No default alignment. No proper coloration.

Source: Wikimedia Commons. Artist: Fry1989. License: Released into the public domain.

Triskelion of Legs Armored (2) §

Three human legs wearing armor, flexed and conjoined in pall at the hip.

No default alignment. No proper coloration.

Source: Two Tudor Books of Arms. Artist: Robert Cooke. (From page 39.)