Orle

• (n.) A bearing, in the form of a fillet, round the shield, within, but at some distance from, the border. • (n.) The wreath, or chaplet, surmounting or encircling the helmet of a knight and bearing the crest.
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orle

(from the article `heraldry`) ...used as a mark of difference, and in English heraldry since the mid-18th century a bordure compony (alternating sections of two tinctures) has ...
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Orle

[heraldry] In heraldry, an orle is a subordinary consisting of a narrow band occupying the inward half of where a bordure would be, following the exact outline of the shield but within it, showing the field between the outer edge of the orle and the edge of the shield. An orle can sometimes be confused with an inescutcheon or escutcheon voi...
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Orle

Orle noun [ French orle an orle, a fillet, from Late Latin orla border, dim. of Latin ora border, margin.] 1. (Her.) A bearing, in the form of a fillet, round the shield, within, but at some distance from, the border. 2. (Her.) The wreath, or chaplet,...
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Orle

In heraldry, an orle (crest-wreath) is a bearing, in the form of a fillet, round the shield, within, but at some distance from, the border. The term is also applied to the wreath, or chaplet, surmounting or encircling the helmet of a knight and bearing the crest. During the Middle Ages the orle was formed of two rolls of silk of the principal metal...
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