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Medieval Brooch "Fleur-de-Lys"

Art.Nr.: 07 BR Fleur
10,08 €
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Medieval brooch
Medieval brooch
Fleur-de-Lys brooch - silver-plated
Fleur-de-Lys brooch - silver-plated
Brooch Fleur-de-Lys - back side
Brooch Fleur-de-Lys - back side
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Bronze
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Medieval brooch with the "Fleur-de-Lys".

Here you can buy a small medieval brooch that was made after a medieval pilgrim's sign in the shape of the lily of purity.

The model for this medieval brooch was a pilgrim's sign from England, which dates from the late 15th century AD. The original is now in the possession of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Link to the historical model...

The original Fleur de Lys brooch comes from the English pilgrimage site of Walsingham, where England's most important shrine to the Virgin Mary was located. The circular decoration is typical of medieval halos at Walsingham and was often used for precious metal brooches from the second quarter of the 15th century.

The medieval brooch has a diameter of 2.7 cm and thus corresponds exactly to the historical model.
There is a sturdy pin on the back to close the shirt neckline on the medieval garment.
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The Fleur-de-Lys brooch is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.



The lily has been the royal symbol since the time of the Merovingian king Clovis I, who is said to have been presented with a lily by an angel who descended to earth. Hence, throughout the Middle Ages, the lily adorned the coat of arms of French kings as the Fleur de Lys, the flower of light.

The lily was also a symbol of purity and innocence for the people of the Middle Ages. The Fleur de Lys was considered the flower of light and was a symbol of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Through the tripartite division of the lily blossom, the Fleur de Lys stood for the holy trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit in the Christian context.
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Medieval brooch with the "Fleur-de-Lys".

Here you can buy a small medieval brooch that was made after a medieval pilgrim's sign in the shape of the lily of purity.

The model for this medieval brooch was a pilgrim's sign from England, which dates from the late 15th century AD. The original is now in the possession of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Link to the historical model...

The original Fleur de Lys brooch comes from the English pilgrimage site of Walsingham, where England's most important shrine to the Virgin Mary was located. The circular decoration is typical of medieval halos at Walsingham and was often used for precious metal brooches from the second quarter of the 15th century.

The medieval brooch has a diameter of 2.7 cm and thus corresponds exactly to the historical model.
There is a sturdy pin on the back to close the shirt neckline on the medieval garment.
.
The Fleur-de-Lys brooch is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.



The lily has been the royal symbol since the time of the Merovingian king Clovis I, who is said to have been presented with a lily by an angel who descended to earth. Hence, throughout the Middle Ages, the lily adorned the coat of arms of French kings as the Fleur de Lys, the flower of light.

The lily was also a symbol of purity and innocence for the people of the Middle Ages. The Fleur de Lys was considered the flower of light and was a symbol of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Through the tripartite division of the lily blossom, the Fleur de Lys stood for the holy trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit in the Christian context.
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