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Azure, between two Mullets Argent on a Bend of the same three Barns Gules.
Zeljko Heimer, 25 October 2000
In French, a "grange" is a barn*, and a "grangette" (a common toponym in Romand Swiss and Savoy) is probably a barn of smaller size.
This flag is canting.
*Note that a "grange" in this area is more than a barn: it was the small house located in median elevation inhabited during the summer season by the whole family and cattle.
Ivan Sache, 24 October 2000