This fillet is the commonest crest support, and the others, chapeau or coronet, are themselves sometimes set upon a torse.
"torse I will;" and he was proudly carried off by his faithful bearer.
The peculiarity in this case consisted of a torse of three tinctures.
On a helmet and torse, issuing out of a cloud argent, a sinister arm proper, holding a salt as the former.
Crest: a soldan's head sable, around the temples a torse azure, tied in a knot, the ends flowing.
The crest, a sinister arm in armour, grasping a broken lance, on a torse of the colours.
An osculating plane of the curve (see 38 below) is a tangent plane of the torse all along a generating line.
The torse (or wreath surmounting the helm) occasionally figures as a charge, for example, in the arms of Jocelyn and Joslin.
The torse is now supposed to be and represented as a skein of coloured silk intertwined with a gold or silver cord.
The crest (a talbot's head silver) issues from a coronet or, which is placed upon a torse argent and sable.