Saddle, (fr. selle), is at times found represented separately in heraldry as well as in connection with horses which have saddles(fr. sellé), bridles(q.v.), &c. It is represented as in the margin.
Azure, a chevron between saddles with stirrups[otherwise three manage saddles complete] or--COMPANY of SADDLERS, London.
Argent, three saddles sable--HARVEY, Norfolk.
Gules, a horse armed or, bridled and saddled of the first, with a plume on his head, and trappings, and on his shoulder a cinquefoil or the last: on his hip an escutcheon charged with a cross all between three garbs of the second--MALT.
Le roy de Norwey de goules a un cheval dor selle--Roll, temp. HEN. III.
Azure, three pack-saddles or--HERVEY, Tiddington, Oxon.