FLEUR-DE-LIS - Also called Lily of France, it was first an adaptation of the Gaulish lily representing the Virgin Juno. Among goddess worshippers, it apparently had several meanings, including the Triple Goddess. It appeared in Arthurian legends as well as on the French (and other national) "coat-of-arms" and royal or military emblems. It has also been an emblem for the Boy Scouts.
Tiara of fleurs-de-lys made by Ansorena of Madrid in 1906. It was a wedding gift from King Alphonso XIII for Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain. She was the daughter of Princess Beatrice and Prince Henry of Battenberg and so a granddaughter of Queen Victoria. She wore it at her wedding. Still in the Spanish Royal family today.