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12: Juliana de Luna - New Badge
OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in September of 2000, via Æthelmearc
Sable, on a chevron Or between three gryphon's heads erased argent a crescent between two scallops azure and on a chief argent three torteaux each charged with a fleur-de-lys Or
The submitter's primary name was registered in September 2000.
The following is quoted from enclosed documentation:
This badge is intended to be alternate arms for a Tudor persona. As it violates the ban on quaternary charges and the complexity rule of thumb, I am requesting it be considered as a documented exception. Given the relatively small number of published examples of Wriothesley grants (I'd adore a book of them), the numbers I can present are probably not representative of the corpus.
The particular motif of "on an ordinary charged roundels" is part of a very common Wriothesley pattern of charged roundels. Examples of this particular motif include:
Ermine, a chevron wavy azure between three Moor's heads and on a chief checky argent and gules a crescent Or between two pellets each charged with a dog courant Or. (Gwyn Jones, The Art of Heraldry, p. 98, partial)
Sable, on a chevron between three wings argent three torteaux each charged with a broadarrow Or. (Gwyn Jones, The Art of Heraldry, p. 96)
Argent, on a fess engrailed gules between three falcons rising azure three bezants charged with lion's heads sable. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones, cover of DBA 1)
Gules, on a fess argent between three wings Or a torteaux charged with a lion passant Or between two bezants. (cover of DBA 1)
Paly Or and azure, on a chief argent three pellets each charged with a dove argent, all within a bordure gules charged with alternating escallops and birds Or. (cover of DBA 1, very partial, so it's possible that the charges are on the field but they don't look that way to me)
There are also numerous examples of "a roundel charged with a widget" on the field, which I think unnecessary to summarize here. Instead, I'll give a few more examples of quaternary charges:
Argent, a fret azure nailed Or, on a chief sable a stag statant Or between two mullets Or pierced gules. (cover of DBA 1)
Argent, on a chevron sable three wolves heads argent, on a chief azure a cross Or hurty between two martlets Or. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones p. 62)
This design has a complexity count of 12; it includes every plain tincture except vert and purpure (a common pattern in very complex Wriothesley arms) and seven types of charges. This puts it at the far end of attested Wriothesley complexity (which has innumerable examples with complexity counts of 9 or 10), but there are many examples with complexity counts of 11 or 12, mostly sharing the majority of the motif "Field, on an ordinary between three widgets three wadgets (or a wadget between two thingamajigs), on a chief three deeliboppers (or a deelibopper between two whatchamacallits)." The various exemplars with a complexity count of 11 demonstrate all the features of this armory, each missing a different element (one color, the charges on the field, the quaternary charges).
Examples with complexity count 11 or 12:
Ermine, a chevron wavy azure between three Moor's heads and on a chief checky argent and gules a crescent Or between two pellets each charged with a dog courant Or. (Gwyn Jones, The Art of Heraldry, p. 98, partial), complexity count of 12.
Argent, on a bend cotised sable a fleur-de-lis between two cinquefoils argent, on a chief azure a cross of two sprigs (of something or other) Or. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones, p. 62), complexity count of 11 with 7 types of charges.
Sable, on a bend between two widgets argent three broad arrow heads gules, on a chief Or a demi-lion between two lozenges vert. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones, p. 62, partial), complexity count of 11.
Argent, a fess between three escutcheons gules, each charged with a bend vair between two cinquefoils Or, a bordure azure bezanty. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones, p. 65), complexity count of 11.
Sable, on a cross engrailed a lion passant guardant gules between four lions faces azure, on a chief Or a rose gules between two cocks sable. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones, p. 80), complexity count of 11.
Argent, on a chevron gules between three owls sable three lozenges ermine, on a chief azure three trees Or. (Bedingfeld and Gwyn Jones, p. 96), complexity count of 11, with 6 tinctures.