Quarterly Or and azure, a mullet of 8 points counterchanged. Almost clear.

Inspired by Venetian arms in BSB 272 (or 273?)

Skalla Geirmundr Ulfsson = conflict
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in October of 2011 (via the Middle):
    Quarterly argent and gules, a mullet counterchanged azure and Or.
  • DC for the field. Nothing for the number of points.

Fergus Smythson
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in September of 1991 (via Atlantia):
    Quarterly azure and Or, a mullet of four points counterchanged.
  • One DC for the field. A DC for the forced tincture change of the mullet since it crosses the line of division. (SENA Armory Conflict - 3. Change of Tincture Within a Charge Group: a. Tinctures: ...There is a distinct change (DC) for swapping or rotating the tinctures of a charge group evenly divided into two, three, or four parts. There is not a distinct change for reversing the tinctures of a charge group divided into more than four parts. Furs and field treatments are considered different from their underlying tincture.)

Ansgar of Aachen
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in July of 1991 (via Ansteorra):
    Quarterly sable and Or, a mullet of four points within a bordure counterchanged.
  • DC for the field. DC for tincture of mullet. DC for the bordure.


Quarterly azure and Or, a mullet of 8 points counterchanged (Or and azure). Major conflict.


Fergus Smythson = major conflict
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in September of 1991 (via Atlantia):
    Quarterly azure and Or, a mullet of four points counterchanged.
  • Nothing for the field. No tincture change of the mullet.

Skalla Geirmundr Ulfsson
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in October of 2011 (via the Middle):
    Quarterly argent and gules, a mullet counterchanged azure and Or.
  • DC for the field. DC for tincture of mullet.

Ansgar of Aachen
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in July of 1991 (via Ansteorra):
    Quarterly sable and Or, a mullet of four points within a bordure counterchanged.
  • DC for the field. DC for tincture of mullet. DC for the bordure.

Quarterly argent and azure, a mullet of 8 points counterchanged. Conflicts.


Catherine Diana de Chambéry = conflict
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  • The following device associated with this name was registered in January of 1992 (via Atenveldt):
    Quarterly argent and azure, a mullet of four points throughout between four mullets of four points elongated to base counterchanged.
  • DC for addition of secondary charge group. Nothing for number of points, nothing for being throughout.

Eric Blaxton = conflict
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in August of 1990 (via the Outlands):
    Quarterly argent, scaly sable, and azure, a mullet of four points counterchanged azure and argent.
  • DC for scaly, nothing for number of points.

Ardis ben Sholom of York
  • Either the name or the following device associated it (or both) were registered in April of 1976:
    Quarterly azure and argent, in canton a star of David argent and Or, a bordure quarterly argent and sable.
  • DC for the field. DC for position of star. DC for tincture of star, DC for bordure.

Skalla Geirmundr Ulfsson
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in October of 2011 (via the Middle):
    Quarterly argent and gules, a mullet counterchanged azure and Or.
  • DC for the field. DC for tincture of mullet. Nothing for number of points on mullet.

Fergus Smythson
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in September of 1991 (via Atlantia):
    Quarterly azure and Or, a mullet of four points counterchanged.
  • One DC for the field. A DC for tincture of the mullet since it crosses the line of division.



Quarterly azure and argent, a mullet of 8 points counterchanged. Clear.


Ardis ben Sholom of York
  • Either the name or the following device associated it (or both) were registered in April of 1976:
    Quarterly azure and argent, in canton a star of David argent and Or, a bordure quarterly argent and sable.
  • DC for position of star. DC for tincture of star, DC for bordure.


Garrett O'Doherty

  • The following device associated with this name was registered in January of 1999 (via Caid):
    Quarterly azure and argent, in pale a compass-star and a tree, a bordure counterchanged.
  • SC for changing number of primary charges. DC for adding bordure.


Catherine Diana de Chambéry
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  • The following device associated with this name was registered in January of 1992 (via Atenveldt):
    Quarterly argent and azure, a mullet of four points throughout between four mullets of four points elongated to base counterchanged.
  • DC for the field. DC for addition of secondary charge group. Nothing for number of points, nothing for being throughout.

Eric Blaxton
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in August of 1990 (via the Outlands):
    Quarterly argent, scaly sable, and azure, a mullet of four points counterchanged azure and argent.
  • DC for scaly, DC for tincture of mullet.

Skalla Geirmundr Ulfsson
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in October of 2011 (via the Middle):
    Quarterly argent and gules, a mullet counterchanged azure and Or.
  • DC for the field. DC for tincture of mullet.

Fergus Smythson
  • The following device associated with this name was registered in September of 1991 (via Atlantia):
    Quarterly azure and Or, a mullet of four points counterchanged.
  • One DC for the field. A DC for tincture of the mullet.