These beautiful gold & silver nail charms are perfect for accessorizing your nails! We love them!
Shape: Fleur De Lis symbol
Quantity: 10 pieces ---> 5 gold & 5 silver in Johens jar with quality control seal
Size: 6mm x 7mm
Color: Gold and Silver together
With Johens quality control seal.
JOHENS® SMARTIES (Did you know?):
- Nail Art
Designing or creating “art” directly on the fingernail; can be created with polish, paints, colored acrylics or gels, and embellishments. Whether it’s airbrush, decals, embedded acrylics, or appliqués, nail art is the medium that enables nail technicians to express their creative side and to design for the unique personality of their client. For clients, nail art is memorable and personal, and for you, the nail technician, it is the perfect way to boost business.
- Fleur de lis symbol
Fleur-de-lis is a symbol that depicts a stylized lily or iris flower. Derived from French ‘fleur’ and ‘lis’, the word is literally translated in English to ‘flower of Lily’ and the symbol signifies life, light, and perfection. The symbol has been traditionally used to represent the French royalty. Legend says that when the Merovingian king of the Franks, Clovis converted to Christianity, he was presented with a golden lily by an angel to symbolize his purification. It is also claimed that the symbol was adopted by Clovis when the waterlilies helped him cross a river safely to go on to succeed in battle.
Fleur-de-lis lends itself to several meanings and is simultaneously dynastic, political, emblematic, religious, symbolic and artistic, especially from French heraldry point of view. However, it can also be found much before the heraldic times in places as far away as Mesopotamia. Used as a decorative element, it came to be associated with royalty. The symbol has even appeared as an emblem on 10th-century seals and coins. By virtue of having three petals, it has also been accorded religious significance and is said to be representative of the Holy Trinity and thus, purity.
Throughout the ages, the symbol has been used in architecture and art, especially religious art. Even today, it is used on flags, military badges, coat of arms, fraternity symbols, logos, etc. As is common with symbols, the mystique surrounding Fleur-de-lis has added to its enduring allure across the globe.