Harrow, (fr. herse): two forms of the harrow occur in armoury, the first is square, the other triangular. The former might be mistaken for the portcullis, and in fact the French term herse is applied to both.
Azure, a chevron between three harrows or--HARROWER.
Argent, three harrows sable two and one[otherwise argent, a chevron between three harrows sable]--HARVY, Hale, Cornwall.
Erminois, an annulet interlacing three triangular harrows conjoined in the fesse point--REDMAYNE, co. York.
Ermine, three triangular harrows gules, toothed or, and conjoined in the nombril point of the escutcheon gules by a wreath argent and of the second[otherwise, Ermines, the harrows or, the wreath argent and or]--HARROW, or HARWE.