The rhombus, which was often applied by the Slavs to clothing, has long been associated with fertility, female and male principles. The three corners of the figure symbolize the woman who is the mistress, mother and guardian of the clan, and only the fourth corner is the man who completes the integrity. Patterns, including rhombuses, were embroidered on wedding towels and the bride's clothes. A pregnant woman was supposed to wear clothes decorated with ornaments until the birth of a child, since the pattern was considered a strong talisman.
Material - Shell
Color - Brown
Thematics - Family well-being
Product Code - CRN-345-01
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