Levels and Plummets are borne by some few families, but the most notable instance occurs in the insignia of the PLUMBERS' Company, London, where the level is reversed, and figured as in the margin. [See the blazon given under Plumbers' Implements.]
Argent, three levels with their plummets or--COLBRAND, Chichester, Lewes, and Burnham, Sussex.
Argent, a chevron gules between three plummets sable--Sir Stephen JENINGS, Lord Mayor of London, 1508.
Argent, a fesse gules between three plummets sable--JENNINGS, Oldcastle, co. Chester; and co. Salop.
Argent, on a fesse dancetty gules a plummet of the first between two anchors or--STANMARCHE.
Quarterly ermine and gules, in the dexter chief a cross croslet of the second, in the sinister base a plummet sable--CROSS, quartered by Starkey, CROSS, Wrembury Hall, co. Chester.