Introducing... The Royal Fleur de Lys Diamond and Platinum Belt

The Fleur de Lys belt and buckle designed and created by Christopher Shellis (House of Borgezie) was inspired by the Golden Age of the Elizabethan era, starting from the Coronation of Elizabeth I in 1558. This was a time of gallantry etiquette and impeccable style, especially among the inner courtiers of the Queen, such as Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Francis Drake to name but a few.

The Royal Fleur de Lys is thought to symbolise “nobility, royalty and divinity”, and adopted by aristocracy and royalty of the early Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, including the Queen of England’s Royal Crown itself, and can be seen to this day on the
gates and railings of Buckingham Palace.