New for Tuxedo Shirts: Fleur de Lis shirt studs in 14K gold. Each stud has 3 GVS diamonds across the center, totaling approximately 7.5 points each.
Tuxedo shirt studs traditionally come in sets of four studs, so that is how these are priced. But it seems to me that there is often a button hole or two showing, especially for tall men. So I am happy to make extra for you one at a time. Just ask.
As with everything, customization is available.
- Fleur de Lis tuxedo shirt studs- 18K gold with diamonds, set of four: $2600
- Extra studs $650 each
- Fleur de Lis tuxedo shirt studs, 14K gold with diamonds, set of four: $2,360 (This one- no need to click here!)
- Extra Studs $590 each
- Fleur de Lis tuxedo shirt studs, sterling silver with diamonds, set of four: $1100
- Extra Studs $275 each
If you are wearing a traditional tie, you might love the tie tack rather than the shirt studs:
- Fleur de Lis stud tie tac- 18K gold with diamonds: $650
- Fleur de Lis stud tie tac- 14K gold with diamonds: $590
- Fleur de Lis stud tie tac- sterling silver with diamonds: $275
And of course, you are going to need and want the coordinating cuff links! Here are a few prices in the silver and 18K mix with diamonds. Not all are posted separately- just let me know which you want.
- Fleur de lis Lapel Pin with center diamonds and in every dot along the side: $1600
- Fleur de lis Lapel Pin with center diamonds and in alternating dots along the side: $1200
- Fleur de lis Lapel Pin with three center diamonds only: $795
FLEUR DE LIS INTERESTING HISTORY:
The Fleur de Lis is an ancient symbol tracing back to Egypt. It has always been surrounded in mystery, and has always represented
- Good luck
It was either Louis X or Louis XI (no one seems to be certain) who was about to lose France in a battle. The army was starving, the other side stronger, better armed and they outnumbered the French. Louis put the already ancient symbol on his shield for power and luck. Against all odds, against all expectations, Louis won the battle and saved France. Attributing his unexpected success to the ancient good luck symbol, he declared the Fleur de Lis to be the symbol of France and French nobility.
Another piece of the mystery is the precise meaning of Fleur de Lis. Some say it means Flower of Louis. Others say it only means a lily flower.
There were even times when it was illegal for anyone other than French nobility to wear or display the fleur de lis. This might explain why the symbol, to this day, is associated with luxury, elegance and class. What does it say to you?