There are a myriad of other charges which are used in period armory. These range from the simple everyday objects, such as tools and household goods, to weapons and armor and even structures and body parts. The examples below are but a tiny sample of the array of available charges.
Tools, such as the addice(hoe), water-bouget and scythe
Household goods, such as the cauldron, chalice and stool
Musical instruments, such as the clarion, harp and horn
Weapons, such as the axe, a sheaf of arrows, the pheon and the sword
Clothing and armor, such as the gauntlet, the helm and the maunche (a sleeve)
Man-made structures, such as the altar, the arch and the tower
Body parts, such as an arm, a savage's head and a hand