As stated above, Raven symbolizes the connection between heaven and earth, between the worlds of the dead and the living, in almost all countries, myths.
In the legends of North American Indians, this bird symbolizes the creator of flora and fauna. Since the crows do not fly away to other countries for the winter, he was also considered a symbol of affection, not only to the locality, but to the same tree.
Celts and Scandinavians described in ravens a tale with iron claws and a beak.
Koreans worship this bird as a symbol of the sun.
The British believe that the raven brings good luck and well-being to the family on whose roof he sits.
In Tibet, the sacred bird is revered as a symbol of mediation and as an object of sacrifice.
Features of the model:
- Form cut of main stone - Round. Main stone size - 2.5 mm.(2 PCs)
The average weight of 19 ring size in Gold 585: 11.96 g.
The average weight of 19 ring size in Silver 925: 9.42 g.