- Peery coat of arms (9 KB)
The background, called the escutcheon, forms the shield for the coat of arms.
Four quarters comprise the division of the shield. The field is the color used
to form the design. The charge is the name of the figure on the escutcheon.
First quarter color is "or" (gold) with three pears, of which two are upper and
one under with the stems and leaves bent.
Second quarter is "or" (gold) with five torteaux (rounded plates with parallel
vertical lines) of color "glues" (red) with two upper, two in the middle and one
under in color "argent" (silver).
Third quarter color is "or" (gold) with a lion "glues" (red).
Fourth quarter color is "or" (gold) with three square mirrors "argent" (silver)
framed in "glues" (red).