Masoned, (fr. maçonné): a term used to describe the lines formed by the junction of the stones in a building. It is sometimes applied applied to the field, but more frequently to a castle, tower, or wall, q.v.
Argent, masoned sable, a chief embattled of the last, [otherwise sable, an embattled wall throughout argent, masoned of the first]--RAYNELL, Devon.
Argent, masonné and on a chief azure, a demi-lion issuant or--BEAW, Bp. of Llandaff, 1679-1706.
Gules, a fret sable masoned argent--SCHEERLE.