tmcd at panix.com
Thu Nov 17 11:58:13 PST 2005
On Thu, 17 Nov 2005, Deborah Sweet <dssweet at okstate.edu> wrote:
> Daniel said:
> >As far as I can tell, they are all errors in Ordinary classification
> Thanks, but what about the 'one scarpe'? Because in a post from 10/03/05
> you said:
> >The College of Arms does not register single diminutives, so in the
> >SCA you can't have "a scarpe" -- you can only have two or more
> And it also has a bendlet:
> One scarpe:
> Leif Wadason|8103X|d|Azure, a scarpe between and sword and a dexter
> gauntlet clenched fesswise, all within a bordurelet argent.
> ||AZ|BORDURE:argent:pl:surrounding 1
> plus:unc|BS:1:argent:pl:spna:unc|FIELD:azure|HAND AND
> GAUNTLET:1:argent:second|SWORD:1:argent:palewise:plain blade:second
I simply didn't notice "a scarpe" and "a bordurelet".
I'll be more precise in my wording (CHANGED/ADDED WORDING IN CAPS):
The College of Arms does not register single diminutives, so in the
SCA you can't REGISTER "a scarpe" -- NEW BLAZONS WILL INCLUDE "SCARPE"
ONLY FOR DESIGNS THAT have two or more scarpes.
Which is to say: 1981? You're lucky the blazon is readable; the
design isn't registerable, but per Corpora it's too late now. We did
a lot of things differently back then. Consider the arms of the
Steppes, for one blatant example.
I've looked at the emblazon. I suspect Wreath would not like to mess
with the blazon. The bordure and the bend(let) sinister are (to my
eyes) *just* at the edge of "return it for being too narrow": I'd
argue return, other would suggest just an artist's note. Also, it was
colored in with a colored pencil, so the field is a lovely robin's egg
blue. Since the blazon is clear, and we give no difference for
diminutives against the undiminutived, I'd leave it be.
Danett de Lyncoln
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Tim McDaniel; Reply-To: tmcd at panix.com
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