Attire, (fr. ramure): may be used for a single horn of a stag. Both the horns are commonly called a stag's attires(sometimes written tires), and are generally borne affixed to the scalp(fr. massacré). The word attired(fr. chevillé and ramé) is used when stags and some other beasts, e.g. goats, are spoken of, because it is supposed that their horns are given them as ornaments, and not as weapons. The main stem of the antler is termed the beam.
Sable, a chevron or, between three stag's attires fixed to the scalps argent--COCKS(Viscount Eastnor and Earl Somers).
Sable, a stag lodged regardant, and between the attires a bird or--NORTOST, Norfolk.
Argent, a chevron between three stag's attires fixed to the scalps azure--COCKS.
Argent, a hart statant azure, attired or--HARTINGTON.