Coat of arms

Sauvage family coat of arms
Sauvage family coat of arms

The heraldic shield described for the Sauvage family of the Dinan region, Brittany,

is as follows:

Azure with a quiver garnished with arrows argent, accosted by two bows corded of the same; on a chief lowered argent charged with three speckles ermine, sable

The Sauvage family's coat of arms, granted to

Jacques Sauvage, Sieur de Villeaubel, and Frédéric Sauvage, Sieur de Beauséjour,

is a visual representation of their lineage and standing in the Dinan region of Brittany.

They are also listed in the armorial of Plouër-sur-Rance.

The Sauvage name was use in Canada until the early 1900, before becoming Savage.