|Country of Origin||Spain|
- Lozengy Azure and Argent, a double-headed eagle Sable beaked and membered Or, armed Argent.
- Issuant from the highest tower of a castle Argent, a sun Or.
- Caironat d’atzur i argent, una àguila bicèfala de sable becada i membrada d’or, i armada d’argent.
The shape of the background (cairons, square lozenges) is unique to Catalan heraldry, in the sense that it’s the only tradition that distinguishes them from normal lozenges.
The Azure and Argent are a reference to the Virgin Mary, as there has been, since at least the 11th c., a small chapel within the armigers family’s ancestral lands (a farm) dedicated to Our Lady of *surname*.
The double-headed eagle is a pun on the armigers surname (some linguists say it means “divided”, “on both sides of a border”).
Finally, the crest is a reference to the armigers maternal arms.