House Fossoway rings

Chopard-green applle ring

Chopard-green apple ring

Choppard-red apple ring

Choppard-red apple ring

 

Love both these fairy tale apples. One for each branch of house Foss oway.

  house_fossoway_by_wadewilson79-d6ev39q House Fossoway of New Barrel is a house of landed knights from the Reach, sworn to Highgarden.
They are commonly referred as the green-apple Fossoways, to differentiate them from the original branch of the house, the red apple Fossoways from Cider Hall. The location of New Barrel is unknown, although it is possible that the lands of the green apples are adjacent to the lands of the red ones.
Their banner is a green apple over a golden field. Their motto does not appear on the books.                                                                                                     The origin of this branch of House Fossoway is from 209AC, when Raymun Fossoway took different side than his cousin Ser Steffon, the Knight of Cider Hall, in a trial of seven at Ashford Meadow.
Raymun, who was knighted minutes before the battle by Ser Lyonel Baratheon, fought for his friend Ser Duncan the Tall. To differentiate himself from his cousin fighting for the other side, he painted the apple on his shield in green, playing at Steffon’s oft-repeated jape that he was „still green”. He stated that he preferred to be green than rotten.
It is unknown how the green house branch prospered after the Ashford Tourney, but approximately a century afterwards its strength was comparable to the main branch.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             House Fossoway of New Barrel at the end of the third century:                  The known Fossoways from the green apple branch during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
Ser Jon Fossoway, the Knight of New Barrel. A genial man.
Janna Tyrell, his wife. Lord Mace Tyrell’s sister.
With unspecified familiar relationship to the main branch of the house there is:
Lady Jeyne Fossoway, the wife of Ser Gunthor Hightower.
Leonette Fossoway, married to Garlan Tyrell, who could be either from the red or the green apple branches of the house.house_fossoway_by_wadewilson79-d6ev1y1House Fossoway of Cider Hall is a noble house from the Reach, one of the principal bannermen sworn to Highgarden. Cider Hall is located at the fork of the Mander and the Cockleswent.
They are commonly referred as the red-apple Fossoways, to differentiate them from the other branch of the house, the green apple Fossoways from New Barrel, that split from the red apples in 209AC.
Their banner is a red apple over a golden field. Their motto does not appear on the books, but according to semi-canon sources it is „A Taste of Glory”.   In the Dance of the Dragons, House Fossoway supported the greens. Owen Fossoway, Lord of Cider Hall, was a member of the Caltrops, a group of conspirators that wanted the dragonseeds Ulf the White and Hard Hugh Hammer dead. Owen was killed at the Second Battle of Tumbleton.
The red apple of the Fossoways was spotted by Dunk among the heraldry on display at Ashford Meadow. Ser Steffon Fossoway and his cousin Raymun both attended the Ashford Tourney, with Steffon intending to enter the lists. Raymun served as his squire until the trial of seven. After promising Duncan to take his side, Steffon revealed his intention to join Maekar Targaryen and the accusers. Steffon justified himself to his cousin Raymun by alleging he would be „Lord Fossoway” at the end of the day. Raymun instead supported Dunk. To mark himself on the field, Ser Raymun, newly knighted, repainted the apple on his shield green, founding House Fossoway of New Barrel.                                                                                                                                                     House Fossoway of Cider Hall at the end of the third century:                      The known Fossoways from the red apple branch during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
Ser {Bryan Fossoway}: Slain at the Battle of the Blackwater by Lothor Brune.
Ser Tanton Fossoway.
Ser {Edwyd Fossoway}. Slain at the Battle of the Blackwater by Lothor Brune.
The familiar relations among them is unknown.
With unspecified familiar relationship to the main branch there are also:
Ser Franklyn Flowers, the Bastard of Cider Hall. A sellsword with the Golden Company. The product of one of the Fossoways raping his mother, a washerwoman.
Leonette Fossoway, married to Garlan Tyrell. She could be either from the red or the green apple branches of the house.

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