Blazon: Or a house gules, windowed argent; in chief a pair of cherries of the second
Blazon: Or on a frieze* azure topped with alternating hearts inscribed with fleurs-de-lis, five fleurs-de-lis 3 and 2 of the field
*This is an extremely unusual configuration of charges. As always, I have done my best to express the intent of the original blazon in concise terms compatible with English blazoning conventions.
Duke of Retz and Beaupréau (1590-1659)
Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV or two maces in saltire sable linked at the base gules (Gondi); II and III per quarterly i and iv azure three fleurs-de-lis or, a label argent (Orléans), in the fess point a bend couped of the last, ii and iii azure three fleurs-de-lis or, in the fess point a bend couped gules