Ermine spots on a gold background instead of silver, is called Erminois - Black background with gold ermine spots is called Pean in SCA heraldry. This is the perfect accent for any garb or dress accessory (hats, pouches), especially if either Pean or Erminois is part of your device. It can even be used to tie on pavilion ropes as safety flags! Show your true colors!
Reversible! This ribbon measures approx. 1" in width and the design repeats every inch. We sell it in 2 yard increments at $3/yd.
Ribbon only! The last picture of a cockade is for display only.
PEAN is a heraldic "fur" with gold ermine spots on a black field, which dates to the mid 16th century. The word "pean" is derived from "pene" the Middle French word for "feather" with the Latin root, "penna."
ERMINOIS is a heraldic "fur" or varied metal with a gold background and black ermine spots. It is the same as Ermine, except the blackground is gold instead of silver.
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