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Re: Cap of maintenance? (was Pelican Cloaks) (fwd)
Poster: Jim Trigg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Thu, 11 Mar 1999 JBRMM266@aol.com wrote:
> Seems to me that a suitable cap of maintenance for Laurels would be with the
> brim lined in a pattern of leaves. In one kingdom they had a sumptuary for
> mantles of all the peerages; I recall that the mantles of Pelican cloaks were
> patterned with feathers, those of Laurels with leaves, and those of Knights
> with golden links, as of chain.
This sounds reasonable. I meant to comment on Pedro's note, but
accidentally deleted it: while Plumetty argent is meaningless, I figured
that what they meant was "Argent plumetty, gutty de sang." This (as Pedro
knows) would mean that the feather outlines would be red, like the drops.
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