Françoise Fleur-de-lis Napkins
The English translation for Fleur-de-lis is “Flower of the lily”. It’s been a symbol representing French royalty since the 12th c. Either King Louis VI or King Louis VII was the first French monarch to use the fleur-de-lis on his shield. Who knew?
So, I can’t decide what I love best about these napkins…the Fleur-de-lis motif that’s so rich in history? The aesthetically pleasing fringed edges? Or the oh-so-soft light linen hand? I think these elements together make this collection oh-so special.
Set of 12
10.5’’ square plus 1.5’’ fringe on each side
Very soft linen
1 set available
Out of stock