In 1810 Wallis was again incorporated into France. After the decline of the French Empire in 1813, Wallis was incorporated as a canton in the new Swiss Confederation.
The new canton adopted arms on May 12, 1815. The arms were still divided in silver and red, but now showed 13 stars. The 13th star represented the new district of Conthey (Gundis). The arms have not changed since.