Fleur de Lis illustration by Laura Scariano silkscreened onto clay and covered with a clear glaze.
Dimensions: Oval: 5 1/2" x 4"W
The Fleur de Lis was a symbol used by the Bourbon dynasty of kings in France. It is a stylized lily with 3 petals and is used on the flag of New Orleans. The NFL mistakenly seems to think it owns the rights to it if you make something that's black and gold and has fleur de lis on it.