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trudy jones Mourners in South Wales village of Fleur-de-lis
The groom's square chocolate cake was decorated with his initials, chocolate fleur-de-lis and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Old World sculpted circle link necklace of 18K yellow gold, oxidized silver and champagne diamonds, set with pendant enhancer made with malachite and black and white diamonds; Crivelli 18K gold and silver cross hoop earrings accented with opals and white diamonds; fleur-de-lis cuff accented with blue sapphires and set with boulder opal and white diamonds; 18K yellow gold Old World-inspired wide ring set with diamonds and sapphires; oval ring surrounded by white diamonds and blue sapphires, all Armenta from Jewelry from June Simmons Design.
Other design features included a gas system moved outside the magazine tube and moved closer to the chamber where gas pressures were more consistent and higher, resulting in a cleaner system, less prone to carbon fouling; a well proportioned stock with fleur-de-lis checkering and a bowling-ball-rugged stock finish impervious to the weather and gun oils.
The stock has raised side panels with fleur-de-lis drop points and a scalloped-edge pearl grip cap with gold screw.
Previous lawn art triumphs have been a Welsh dragon, the word croeso (welcome), a fleur-de-lis and a labyrinth.
Although the Fleur-de-Lis was from time immemorial used in ornamentation of crowns and scepters, it seems to have been first formally adopted as the Arms of Royalty in France by Louis VII, called Lejeune, in 1147.
With a background in the clothing trade, including a senior position at the former clothing plant in Ashington and work as an accountant at Fleur-de-Lis Furnishings UK, as well as experience as a managing director within the industrial conglomerate BTR, Keast is perfectly placed to help take MES to the next level.
5 inch wide ring belt, Cosmo belt, black onyx double wrap bracelet and silver Crown dog tag and Fleur-de-lis cross on silver ball chains.
She finally had the stitches taken out six weeks ago, and has now returned to the classroom in Fleur-de-Lis Primary school to show off her new locks to her friends.
Throughout the Western world, the most recognizable floral icon is perhaps the fleur-de-lis, literally "flower of the lily.
On the walls inside Finn McCool's, Jax, Dixie and Regal beer trays share space with Celtic football club banners and championship marquees, antique rifles hang alongside an MRE ration and a Celtic cross, Irish hurley sticks, the occasional fleur-de-lis and a Belfast street sign.
Pan gyhoeddwyd yn yr Eisteddfod mai Fleur-de-lis oedd ffugenw''r bardd buddugol, ni safodd neb ar ei draed.
Ovcharov is 100 percent sure that the ring originated in medieval France since its decoration with enamel is typical of the French goldsmiths, and the fleur-de-lis (lilies) were the sign of the French rulers.
Her seemingly virile fingers occupy a ringed and iron gauntlet as she holds high the palpitating flag in the sky with its golden splendor of the fleur-de-lis.