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Maple leaf - bowl made of woodOrder number: 65.050
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There are many myths surrounding the maple leaf: in some cultures, the maple leaf stands for... more
Product information "Maple leaf - bowl made of wood"
There are many myths surrounding the maple leaf: in some cultures, the maple leaf stands for patriotism and loyalty, in others for protection and healing.
It is also a symbol for lovers ...
The botanical name of the Ahron is “acer” - it is derived from the Indo-European akr or ak, which means sharp. The word maple has been around since the 8th century AD. busy.
The West Germanic term is “Ahur”. In the Germanic tribes, the maple was also for peace and freedom and that is why peace negotiations in Thing were concluded under the protection and power of the maple tree.
It is an old tradition to decorate doors and windows with maple to protect against evil spirits - some also believed that it protects against lightning.
The maple was highly revered in many places, so the Celtic druids planted the maple tree in sacred places to avert mischief from there.
To protect the holy places, the field maple was planted at the Mithras sources and also at the Mrs. (Frau) Holle sites in pre-Christian times. So also applies in Tyrol the ancient maple tree in Erl as a special place of strength.
A very well-known Thingplatz is the one under the “Schwurbaum” near Trun in Eastern Switzerland. Under the protection of the field maple tree, the leaders of Swiss village communities vowed mutual loyalty on March 16, 1424. The field maple or measure holder is just like the elder the sacred tree of Mrs. (Frau) Holle (Goddess Frigg)!
Our ancestors made sweeteners from maple sap, or used them to make wine-like drinks, which in turn were tasted for cult celebrations and customs celebrations.
Beautiful bowl made of decorative wood for nuts or other nibbles - for small fruit or simply as a decoration.
- Size: approx .: 9,45 x 9,06 inch (24 x 23 cm)
- Height: approx. 0,98 inch (2.5 cm)
- Weight: approx. 8,82 oz (250 g.)
Each bowl naturally has a different grain!
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