You've probably seen the French fleur-de-lis symbol before, but you might not know what it means.
Literally translated, it means "flower of the lily" which is why the symbol depicts a styized lily or lotus flower. It's been traditionally used to represent French royalty and signify perfection, light, and life.
Over the years, it's use began with either King Louis VI or King Louis VII (historians disagree) who use the fleur-de-lis on his shield. The English later used the symbol on their coat of arms when they tried to claim the throne of France.
Now, you can enjoy the fleur-de-lis as well as the French crown on these self-adhesive address labels. Spice up your mail and send a little piece of sophistication and history the next time you don't want to write return address.
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