Clifford Phillip Brunetti
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CLIFFORD PHILLIP BRUNETTI
Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : United States
Place of origin : Ocean City, New Jersey
Granted : Yes
Granted/officially recorded by : College of Arms
Official English blazon
Arms: Vert a Saltire between four Fireballs Or enflamed proper.
Crest: On a Cliff Gules an Owl wings elevated and displayed Or charged on the breast with a Chevron Vert.
Motto: Index Petrae
Arms: Four fireballs represent the armiger's four children. The positioning of the fireballs are like the suns positions during the four seasons; equinoxes and solstices. Each of their four children were born in a different season. Fireballs also allude to their maternal grandfather Sir Peter Ball, Bt. of Devonshire, UK. Crest: The Owl and Chevron allude to the armiger's service in the US Air Force. The Great Horned Owl has no equal in the sky. It’s wings are adapted to swift, silent, and deadly night attacks. The Chevron also is a charge of their maternal grandfather, Sir Peter Ball, Bt. The red cliff is the Ness of Shaldon, and is a cant on the armiger’s given name.
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