Angel, (fr. Ange): The figure is always represented in full aspect, the wings extended with points upwards. Angels' wings also occur; and in the singular arms of the family of RAPHAEL, Surrey, the angel Raphael is named in connection with Ararat, q.v. Angels are found as supporters, and a single angel frequently as a crest.
Argent, on a chevron sable three angels kneeling, habited in long robes close girt, their hands conjoined elevated upon their breasts, wings displayed or--MAELOR CRWM, Caernarvon.
Azure, a pillar erect between two angel's wings, elevated or--AWBORN.
Gules, an Angel standing erect with hands conjoined and elevated on the breast, habited in a long robe, girt argent, wings displayed or--BRANGOR(or Berenger) of Cervisia, 1413.