Thursday, September 18, 2008

Fleur De Lis


What does this symbol mean to you?

The Fleur De Lis, also known as the "Lily of France," is a royal symbol with many meanings. Traditionally said to signify perfection, light, and life.

The "Fleur De Lis" necklace is a 1/2 inch sterling silver, 925 disc that has been handstamped. The charm hangs on a 18 inch sterling silver bead chain and includes a swarovski crystal of your choice. Artist note: The design on this pendant have been hand stamped. I do not use machines. The design will not line up perfectly and is not meant to this is part of the charm that makes your piece one of a kind. No two pieces will ever be exactly the same. The charm has been slightly brushed and the letters have been oxidized/antiqued to make them stand out it will appear to be aged or slightly tarnished but has been given a good polish.

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6 comments:

Shannon said...

I just found a Christmas gift for my mom... THANKS!! :)

hippos toes said...

Another great piece Kristen. I love your stuff. I wear my necklace all the time :)

Keep It Classy, Jen said...

It means a lot as it's the symbol of New Orleans where I am from and the inspiration to my shoppe! Great piece Kristen!!!

ali said...

Hubby is a longtime Saints fan. So whenever I see a Fleur De Lis I think of football!

LJ Charleston said...

Kristen, this is so gorgeous, I must order one for my sister. I'm a very amateur silversmith in sydney which I do as a hobby, but none of my stuff is anywhere as gorgeous as yours!

laurie b said...

I always think of New Orleans. I've made several stained glass Fleur De Lis for New Orleans residents and former residents. Its a pattern I love to work with. There is something about the flow of the design that captures my imagination. Great post With gratitude, Laurie B.
(you can see the Fleur De Lis I've created by clicking on my slideshow at my blog): http://www.lauriebethbeggin.blogspot.com