Shield: From the Provincial Seal of Nueva Ecija where the town is located.
Star and Rays: First two syllables of the name of Municipality of Talavera - Guiding light of poor farmers. Name also brings to mind the story of the great love between Tala and Vera, according to legend of this municipality. Three (3) rays for Social Justice, Decision - Making and Equality as guiding principles of the incumbent elected municipal officials in serving their constituents.
Ricefield: Twelve (12) thousand-hectare fertile land of Municipality.
Ricemill: Palay harvest as main industry of townspeople, and the reason for fast progress of the Municipality. Today there are numerous big rice mills present not only inside the town but also in its rural areas.
Farmer, Plow and Carabao: Agricultural municipality and main livelihood of townspeople is farming. Because of inherent industriousness of the farmers, economy of this municipality is in a stable state. Plow, main farming implement used by farmers, made in Talavera by the three (3) plow makers of the town who are famous for beautifully done, sturdy and cannot be copied by other plow makers anywhere in the country. Carabao as faithful partner of farmers in tilling rice fields and its Milk as OTOP product of the municipality.
Ricestalks: Bountiful palay harvest of the Municipality; if Nueva Ecija is former "rice granary" of the Philippines, Talavera is "rice granary" of Nueva Ecija.
Rope: Unity and concerted efforts toward development of the municipality and preservation of its resources and culture, binding 100,000 citizen of the Municipality.
Circle: Unity and concerted efforts toward development of the municipality and preservation of its resources and culture.
1872: Year when municipality of Talavera (Katugian) was created.
Vegetables: Vegetable producer of Nueva Ecija and "Tomato Basket" of the Philippines. Aside from tomato, other vegetables like onion, eggplant, ampalaya, squash, string beans and turnips are grown.