HORSE FURNITURE.

Ulster King of Arms:

Bridle, made of brown leather, silver plated General’s pattern
buckles used throughout, ornamented chain head, green satin
front, silver plated rosettes with gilt Irish Harp and Crown,
branch cheek bit, plated bosses with Irish Harp and Crown,
green and white throat-plume, silver plated plume ornament.

Steel chain rein.

Breastplate of brown leather, silver plated General’s pattern
buckles, and plated boss with gilt Harp and Crown.
Shabracque, made of dark blue cloth bordered with two rows
if and 2 1 silver oakleaf pattern lace, Irish Harp surmounted
with Imperial Crown, embroidered in gold and silver in the four
corners.

A black lambskin seat for ditto.

A black web surcingle.

Heralds and Pursuivants:

The Heralds and Pursuivants, if mounted, will wear Overalls and
Spurs, and use a plain Military Bridle and Saddle. Saddlecloth of
dark blue cloth bordered with one row of 2f silver oakleaf pattern
lace, Irish Harp surmounted by the Imperial Crown, embroidered in
gold and silver in the corners.

OFFICERS OF ARMS. (IRELAND.) – Dress worn at His Majesty’s court:issued with the authority of the Lord Chamberlain (1912)

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