Mirror, (fr. Miroir): is represented as a small circular looking-glass with a handle when borne by a Mermaid(q.v.). In French arms it is more frequent, and is described as de toilette, ovale, arrondi, and pommeté, i.e. the frame adorned with knobs.
Argent, a tiger statant reguardant, looking down into a mirror in base, handle to the dexter all proper--[From old glass in Thame Church, impaled after the arms of Hadrian de BARDIS, Prebendary of Thame.]
Argent, a tiger reguardant at a mirror azure--SIBELLS. [But Qy.]
D'Azur, à trois miroirs arrondis d'argent--MIRAMBEL, Limosin.