Celebrating the former royal arms of France, the Fleur De Lys Red III makes quite the centerpiece. A decorative symbol has been used since the 12th century when a French monarch featured it on his shield. It also is the official symbol of New Orleans and Quebec. The symbol is composed of a stylized lily with a trio of petals tied at their base. It is woven in 100% cotton in Belgium. Here, gold lilies are set against a regal red background with a knife edge finished with tassels. This meaningful piece will look beautiful set atop a wood buffet or dining table. Backed with lining.