Historically the fleur-de-lis was used by French royalty going all the way back to when Franks united under King Clovis I who used the fleur-de-lis insignia was used to anoint him as king. Though it eventually came to be seen as a the symbol representing the French monarch's divine right to rule.
Today the Fleur De Lis takes on a slightly different meaning as a symbol that represents the ethnic French people of Louisiana. You seven see it represented in sports, as well as at festival events like Mardi Gras, where the necklace concept takes on a whole new meaning.
This Fleur De Lis Necklace is 25-inches long, which will comfortable fit most people’s necks and will even fit over a lot of Mardi Gras costume hats, masks and headbands. It lights up in a purple, yellow and green pattern that makes it easy to spot the wearer, even on a dark night.