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tressure

(ˈtrɛʃə; ˈtrɛsjʊə)
n
(Heraldry) heraldry a narrow inner border on a shield, usually decorated with fleurs-de-lys
[C14: from Old French tressour, from trecier to plait, from trece tress]
ˈtressured adj
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(101) The importance of the royal and aristocratic aspects of Scottish history was emphasised in the Exhibition by the Scots Baronial architecture and heraldry, notably the Palace of History which was modelled on Falkland Palace and on which was 'hoisted the Banner of the King of Scots--the lion rampant and double tressure'.
The Royal Standard of the King of Scots, commonly known as the Lion Rampant, is the flag used historically by the King of Scots and is gold, with a red lion and royal tressure.
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The team travel to Powls Castle in Wales and value a host of tressures including an original Dr wo scrip and a broken place of pottery.