The Egyptian Fleur de lis
Not merely one, something bicameral. This symbol transcends the mundane.
For these artists and exotics, people who cling to sacredness and solemnity, the unification flower represents a spiritual unification that surpases the simple notions of a mere flower. These creatives and moderns push beyond the status quo and are always unique in some special way.
The Egyptian fleur de lis finds its historical meaning in the unification of the Egypt. Represented by a papyrus fan, Lower Egypt was strong and mighty. When the lotus bloom of Upper Egypt came together with the papyrus, the combined symbol represented a unified kingdom. The Egyptian jewelry clasp found in the center of this dual flower motif secures this meaning.