French Fleur-De-Lis Flag (3 Blue)
Three golden fleur-de-lis on a blue background. This Blue Capetian banner was still used during the French Renaissance. It is now the flag of present-day Île-de-France.
- Available in various sizes
- Durable All-Weather Nylon
- Digitally printed, single-reverse with four rows reinforced stitching for durability
- Canvas header & brass grommet attachment
- Made in USA
SIZES 4X6’ AND LARGER MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL LEAD TIME, PLEASE CALL FOR AVAILABILITY IF YOUR ORDER IS TIME SENSITIVE.
Under the ancient French regime, France had a great number of flags, and many of its military and naval flags were elaborate and subject to artistic variations. This is the royal coat of arms, a blue shield with three golden fleurs-de-lis. It was used as the basis for the state flag. After the Bourbons came to power, that shield was generally displayed against a background of the Bourbon dynastic color, white.