Double-Sided, Silver-Plated 1826 French Coin Replica, Crown/Fleur de Lis & Charles X Roi
Length: 16.5" to 18.75"
Pendant Size: 1.5" Diameter
2-Sided Handmade 1826 French 5 Francs Coin Replica: Front - Crown & Fleur De Lis / Back - Charles X Roi
Metal: Silver Plated Copper, Hand Soldered in Pewter Copper
Chain: Stainless Steel Cable & Venetian Box Chain
Traditional uses include keeping evil spirits at bay, shielding one from harm and negative energies, and bringing peace in Christ's name. Middle Age Coats of Arms were created with crosses to be worn by Knights to distinguish friend from foe and provide protection in battle. In business they were historically used on contracts to show trustworthiness of deals and in marketplaces to remind merchants to treat their customers fairly.
It is estimated that there are 400 variations of the cross, with approximately 50 being used in churches today. Each one is a powerful representation of the connection between heaven and earth, sin and forgiveness, death and rebirth. The cross personifies spiritual awakening and love in its purest form.
Fleur De Lis Spiritual Meaning: The translation of “Fleur De Lis” is “Flower Of The Lily”. The most popular Fleur De Lis Spiritual Meaning is The Holy Trinity. But it was also the symbol of the European Monarchy for centuries. Fleur De Lis is a much older symbol then you think. It appears in ancient civilizations also, symbolizing divinity, God, the Tree of Life and even its forbidden fruit.
- The Symbol of New Beginnings – this beautiful flower symbolizes the new beginnings. Also, it symbolizes death and resurrection. It is a symbol of the Phoenix bird. Which never dies, but regularly re-born from its own ashes.
- The Symbol of God – the two side petals symbolize God’s eyes. Therefore, it symbolizes the all seeing eyes of God. Which looks into someone’s soul. But these two petals also symbolize the balance kept by God in this world.
- The Symbol of The Tree of Life – in many cultures the fluer-de-lis symbolized the World Tree or The Tree of Life. This symbol was used for thousands of years. Even by the Sumerians and Egyptians. And it symbolized the sacredness of life itself.
- The Symbol of The Holy Trinity – it upper petals symbolize the Holy Trinity. Therefore, the Fleur De Lis’s upper petals symbolize The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. And it also symbolizes the balance and the harmony between the three elements of The Holy Trinity.
Charles X Roi: (9 October 1757 – 6 November 1836) ruled as King of France and of Narvarre from 16 September 1824 until 2 August 1830. A younger brother to Kings Louis XVI and Louis XVIII, he supported the latter in exile and eventually succeeded him.