The human arm, in whole or in part, is the portion
of the human form most
often represented in heraldry. Other body parts which appear, although
less frequently, include: legs (and boots), a woman's breast, an
eye, a full skeleton or the skull alone.
shown bare, the arm is blazoned as proper, while a clothed
arm is termed either habited or vested. If the arm
is clothed and the cuff is of a different color, it is blazoned
is usually either tan or peach any other color is blazoned
a hand or arm is shown in armor it is assumed to be plate,
unless specified as chain or scale. If the armor is
decorated with gold it is said to be garnished or.