Talk:Gusset

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"In heraldry, a gusset is a charge in the shape of a tierce, with a wedge taken out of the top section" - the picture of a tierce seems to be different to this. Do you mean a pall? if not - can you pleas put an explanation of the difference between a tierce and a pall on one (or both) of those pages? taryn

The picture is of two gussets in orange. I'll edit the picture to make it more obvious. Conrad Leviston 15:51, 23 Jul 2004 (EST)