Chailly-en-Bière

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CHAILLY-EN-BIÈRE

Département : Seine-et-Marne

Blason de Chailly-en-Bière

Official blazon

D'azur à deux épis de blé feuillé et tigés d'or passés en sautoir, à la palette de peintre du même brochant en cœur; au chef retrait vairé d'argent et de sable d'une tire.

Origin/meaning

The arms refer to the agricultural (wheat) and cultural character of the village. Chailly was an important village for nonconformist and landscape painting in the early 20th century.

The chief is based on the arms of Denis de Chailly, lord of the village in the 14th century.


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Literature : Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr


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