First of all, the tulip is considered a symbol of love and admiration. Like the rose in the West, the flower symbolizes ideal relationships in the East. In the Ottoman Empire, it was believed that the image of a tulip on a shield, helmet or horse harness would protect a warrior from injury. Sacred flowers are reflected in architecture: for example, in the famous Rustem Pasha mosque, where 41 tulip motifs are used. As you know, the plant is most popular not only in Iran and Turkey, but also in the Netherlands.
Material - Dried pumpkin peel
Color - Brown
Сountry - Peru
Thematics - Love
Product Code - 11642
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