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In [[heraldry]], '''tenné''' indicates an [[orange]], or tawney, [[tincture]]. It is extremely rare in English heraldry.
 
In [[heraldry]], '''tenné''' indicates an [[orange]], or tawney, [[tincture]]. It is extremely rare in English heraldry.
 
Sometimes classified as one of the [[stains]]. Occasionally called [[bruske]].
 
Sometimes classified as one of the [[stains]]. Occasionally called [[bruske]].
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Tenné is not permitted in SCA heraldry.
 
[[Category:Device heraldry]]
 
[[Category:Device heraldry]]

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In heraldry, tenné indicates an orange, or tawney, tincture. It is extremely rare in English heraldry. Sometimes classified as one of the stains. Occasionally called bruske.

Tenné is not permitted in SCA heraldry.