Blazon: Per fess wavy argent or a demi-griffin segreant issuant from the partition line sable armed and langued gules and barry-bendy azure and the second
Arms of Esslingen, Germany Blazon: Or an eagle displayed sable armed and langed gules, charged on the breast with a hunting horn of the field, a base barry-bendy of the second and first
From A Complete Guide to Heraldry by A. C. Fox-Davies, p486 The right shield bears the arms of Philip, which were France Moderne, a label argent. Elizabeth’s arms are upon the right. The first and fourth quarters are most likely the arms … Continue reading
Geometric divisions of the field
In addition to those shown here, fields may be barry, paly, bendy, or chevronelly of any even number (if there is an odd number, the charges would be bars, palets, bendlets, or chevronels). Gyronny patterns may also be of any even number, most usually from six to sixteen.