Silver Pendant Crown - Fleur de Lis- with White Stone

Size: approx. 11x14mm | Ø Eyelet: approx. 4mm

The shown necklace is not part of the offer.

Exclusive royal knight crown charm handmade of solid .925 sterling silver with four clear zirconia crystals

The crown is the symbol of royalty, nobility and success. Since it is sitting on the most "noble" body part (the head as seat of the soul) it points out the temporary spiritual grandeur and authority of the bearer. Despite crowns are usually worn by secular leaders they also symbolize religious authority: the pope wears a triple crown.
Ancient egyptian gods or Pharaohs wore double crowns equipped with magical powers. In eastern regions the crown stands for spiritual grandeur, while in some other religions, such as christianity, the embody the godly glory.
Crowns usually carry the symbolics of the circle - eternity and perfection - and furthermore (when decorated with glares) stand for the power of the sun, light and enlightenment. The freemasonists crown stands for the "royal art" - the "wisdom-art" of King Salomo.

The Fleur-de-Lys (bourbonian lily), a stylized lily or lotus blossom, counts as a sign for perfection, light and life and is traditionally the symbol of the french king. According to legend Chlodwig, the merovingian king of the Franks, converted to christianity in 496 AD after which an angel gave him a golden lily as a symbol of his catharsis. It is also said that Chlodwig was directed to a save passage over the river Rhine by water lilies so he could be victorious in battle.
In the 12th century the Fleur de Lis became symbol of french royalty. Between 1340 and 1801 english kings assumed the lily as a sign of their presumed claim to the french throne. The three-leaved lily can symbolize trinity, the Virgin Mary, creation, royalty and even the unity of body, mind and soul. The resemblance to a spear head builds the bridge to male martial power.
The Fleur de Lys is also the emblem of Florence, the "city of the lily". It also was used as a symbol for the Prieure de Sion (brotherhood of mountain Zion). This is the name of the association founded by french monarchist Pierre Plantard in Annemasse in 1956 in the Départment Haute-Savoie. For a while he published a magazine with the title "Circuit" and was active in the region for about a year. In the 1960s in Paris Plantard tried to revive the association as a secred lodge and equipped it with forged documents which were supposed to prove a history where it was founded by Gottfried of Bouillon during the first crusades in Jerusalem. The documents even claimed that historical celebrities such as Leonardo da Vinci, Isaac Newton and Victor Hugo counted among the members or grandmasters. The prospect of such a secret lodge was then (starting in the late 1960s) picked up by many authors and the media and enriched with ideas from modern esotericism and conspiracy theories.