"Krewe of Komova" a fleur de lis design by Candice Alexander highlighting Mardi Gras with a landscape background and central jester fleur in purple, green, and gold.
In 1987 The Krewe of Komova was formed when a party was hosted at a local home and invited guests were asked to “come over” and join the krewe! The group hosts a costumed ball each year and was formally introduced to the public in 1992 at Twelfth Night. Organizers say that this is a krewe “where good times and good people can always be found.” Our print incorporates the Fleur de Lis, Mardi Gras colors and beads and the symbol and words of the Krewe of Komova.
Electrocuted or Louisiana Cypress frames available.
This design is available on coasters, keychains, mugs, oven mitts, pot holders, license plates, phone cases, cutting boards, ornaments and more.
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