The Icart coat of arms

This coat of arms is carved from jasper and is possibly one of two that were planned to be created in 1576, according to the agreements that Lluís d’Icart reached with the Tortosa-based stonemason Vicent Burel.

The main motif is the thistle flower, the emblem of the Icart lineage, which appears in the first quarter. Above the coat of arms stands an imperial eagle which was awarded to the family in 1517 by Emperor Maximilian in recognition of the services rendered by the Icart family in Italy.