Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

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Re: Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

Postby GJKS » 22 Dec 2012, 23:45

O. Wrigley-P.-McKerr wrote:I have been told the bend would be better stated as "bordered surmounted of another bend gold (or)".
Does that make sense to anyone?


Not really because if it is a 'bend bordured', the border would be shown in its entirity, including the extremities, but the image shows that the bend is fimbriated, i.e., does not include the extremities.
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Re: Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

Postby O. Wrigley-P.-McKerr » 23 Dec 2012, 02:01

Thanks for your responses, everyone.

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Re: Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

Postby Andy Jamieson » 16 Mar 2013, 21:13

I very much like the helm and the crest and quite unusual.

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Re: Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

Postby Xavier d'Andeville » 02 Apr 2013, 20:54

nice rendition !

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Re: Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

Postby Ce Jamieson » 02 Apr 2013, 21:57

He is a wonderful artist. I'm a fan too.

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Re: Grujić's Rendition of My Achievement

Postby Kenneth Mansfield » 23 Apr 2013, 20:41

Beautiful artwork, as to be expected. As cumbersome as the blazon is already, though, I think there needs to be added the position of the lion's heads on the bend. In British heraldry at least, the default position for charges on a bend is angled in the opposite direction as these.

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