emblazonry

Related to emblazonry: emblazoned

em·bla·zon·ry

 (ĕm-blāz′ən-rē)
n. pl. em·bla·zon·ries
1. The act or art of emblazoning.
2. Colorful or prominent decoration, especially heraldic decoration.

emblazonry

(ɪmˈbleɪzənrɪ)
n
(Heraldry) another name for blazonry

em•bla•zon•ry

(ɛmˈbleɪ zən ri)

n.
1. the act or art of emblazoning.
2. brilliant decoration or embellishment.
[1660–70]

emblazonry

heraldic display or decoration; emblazoning. See also ornamentation.
See also: Honors and Regalia
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At that time, enamel armorial porcelain was still being produced because of its high-quality body, exquisite emblazonry, and golden decoration.
At the blasting of trumpets in Book Two of Paradise Lost (506-35) devilish warlike Peers in a "God-like imitated State" muster "round" Satan in the configurations of "fiery Seraphim" in "bright emblazonry," lines Blake borrows in Milton (39/44:22-28, E 140)--where Satan comes "in a Cloud with Trumpets," surrounded by "Cherubim," in order "to imitate" the "Eternal Great Humanity Divine surrounded by / His Cherubim & Seraphim in ever happy Eternity" (my emphasis).
This kind of poetry always produces on our imagination an effect somewhat resembling the impression received on looking at a familiar landscape through the mellow emblazonry of a painted casement.