Registered in April of 1992 as Azure, a sword interleaving a triquetra and a chief argent, the sword and triquetra are co-primary charges.
*Severin Sveinsdˇttir. Name and device. Azure, a mascle and a delf voided interlaced between a point pointed and a chief engrailed argent.
is the submitter's legal given name. It is also found as a masculine
given name in Germany, Prussia, and Switzerland, and is used by both men
and women in late period Spain (FamilySearch Historical Records). As
these languages are not compatible with Old Norse under Appendix C of
SENA, the submitter must rely on the legal name allowance.
*S°ren atte Raven. Device change. Per saltire gules and argent, in pale two drums Or and in fess two ravens, a bordure sable.
The submitter's old device, Per saltire gules and argent, in pale two drums Or and in fess two ravens sable, is retained as a badge.
*Tola Rufusdˇhtor. Device. Per bend sinister Or and sable, a hawk rising contourny and a feather counterchanged.
*Ulfa Jonsdottir. Device change. Azure, a pair of shears within a two-headed serpent in orle heads at either end and respectant argent.
two-headed serpent in orle heads at either end and respectant is
registerable under the grandfather clause as it is part of the device of
her husband Duncan Bruce of Logan. Otherwise, using this charge would
The submitter's old device, Azure, a pair of shears palewise, blades to base, within a serpent in annulo, heads at either end and respectant, argent, is released.
This device is not in conflict with the device of Jay d' Argent, reblazoned on this letter as Sable, a bend argent between a wyvern erect Or and on a flame Or a salamander statant contourny gules. There is a DC for changing the type of secondary charge and another DC for removing the tertiary salamander.
We note that the depiction initially drawn by the submitter was registerable and the redraw was not needed.
The following items have been returned by Laurel for more work:
device is returned for redraw, for violating SENA A2C2 which states
"Elements must be drawn to be identifiable." As depicted the three
charges cannot be blazoned as either pheons or broad-arrows or any
clearly defined period form of arrowheads. Clearly depicted pheons or
broad-arrows can be seen at
*Lucrezia Contarini. Device. Per pale argent and sable, two dogs sejant erect respectant forepaws conjoined counterchanged, a chief azure.
This device is returned for conflict with the device of Ceallach Maraidhe: Per pale argent and sable, two dogs spotted combattant counterchanged. There is a DC for adding the chief, but per appendix L of SENA there is no DC for the difference between sejant and rampant.