After Napoleon (Napoleon Bonaparte, France, 1769-1821) took over the Tuileries garden beside the Louvre, he wished to remove the original French royal emblem (Fleur De Lis), but did not want to spend money, so he would The logo was turned upside down and unexpectedly became a bee's pattern. From then on, the bee became the new emblem of the Napoleon monarchy.
Material: gold-plated tin
A little creative museum shop
A little creative museum shop collects a little bit of unique ideas from all over the world, sharing product-related stories with you, allowing you to view museums around the world at home, and quickly buy exotic shops without going abroad. Creative!
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