Fleur De Lis Stud Earrings-18K Gold with Diamonds

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Fleur de Lis stud earrings in 18K gold with approximately 8-10 pts G-VS diamonds.  This is also available in any metal and stone combination, and there is a larger, more open Fleur de Lis earring, also.  

A few Fleur de Lis Earring prices, some posted here, others, just ask.


*** Fleur de Lis Stud Earring ***
- Approximately 10 pts
- G-VS diamonds
- 0.5" x 0.5"
18K Gold with diamonds: $1250
14K Gold with diamonds: $850
Sterling Silver with diamonds: $475



*** Fleur de Lis Open Earring ***
- Approximately 11 pts
- G-VS diamonds
- 0.9" x 0.6"
18K Gold with diamonds: $2440
14K Gold with diamonds: $1950
Sterling silver with diamonds $650

There is so much more available in the Fleur de Lis collection, including necklaces, pearl enhancers, money clips, rings, bracelets, cuff-links, lapel pins, tie tacs, etc.  

Click here for the entire Fleur de Lis Collection


The elegant and fashionable Fleur de Lis dates back to ancient Egypt. It has always been surrounded by some mystery, but one thing which was not mysterious was the symbol's association with power, enlightenment, and good luck 

Historically Louis X or Louis XI (no one is exactly certain which one) was about to lose France in a battle. His army was starving and poorly armed. The other army was much larger and far better armed..  Louis put the already ancient symbol on his shield for power and luck. 

Astonishing everyone, Luis won the battle and saved France. 

Cerebrating the unexpected victory, Louis declared the lucky and power creating Fleur de Lis to be the symbol of France. There were even times it was illegal for anyone but French nobility to display the symbol, which might explain why it is associated with wealth and style.

Another mystery is the name: Fleur de Lis.  Some say it means Flower of Louis.  Some say it only means Lily Flower.  Like everything else about the Fleur de Lis, it's a mystery. The nice thing about a mystery is that we can choose our own interpretation.  What's yours?