armorial

The term used to describe a coat of arms. Armorial is also used to describe designs in which heraldic motif are prominent. CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN dinner services decorated with family crests or armorial were commissioned by the European aristocracy in the 17th and 18th centuries, and are known as armorial porcelain.

armorial

[adj] - (heraldry) of or relating to heraldry or heraldic arms
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Armorial

• (a.) Belonging to armor, or to the heraldic arms or escutcheon of a family.
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armorial

adjective of or relating to heraldry or heraldic arms; `armorial bearing`
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Armorial

Ar·mo'ri·al adjective [ French armorial , from armoiries arms, coats of arms, for armoieries , from Old French armoier to paint arms, coats of arms, from armes , from Latin arma . See Arms , Armory .] Belonging to armor, or to the heraldic ar...
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Armorial

The representation of a full coat of arms including the motto (if any), the shield of arms, the helmet and crest engraved on a piece of silver.
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