Symbol SIM monogram for seal, adaptable to all seal handles of Bortoletti production.
Symbols carry within them a magical meaning; it has enabled communication among people in ancient times.
Monogram symbol, here is a list of the meaning of the most important symbols in the Bortoletti collection.
Alpha and omega are the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, which in the Christian tradition, through the writings of John’s Revelation, represent God.
Eye of Horus also known as Ra, the sky and sun god, had a hawk’s head and his attributes were light and mercy. Amulets reproducing the eye of the god.
The ansata or Ankh Cross, had considerable importance in ancient Egypt as a symbol commemorating the gift of life and also immortality. The term means life.
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Tau is the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet and was used with symbolic value since the Old Testament, it is mentioned as early as the book of Ezekiel.
Crismon, the monogram of Christ does not appear on early Christian monuments, begins to be found from the third century onward in contexts of private use, especially on Christian sarcophagi.
Om is a Sanskrit term that with the meaning of solemn affirmation is placed at the beginning of much of Indian religious literature.
Dharma Wheel, to symbolize the Buddha early expressions of art mainly used the eight-spoked Wheel.
The Star of David, two intertwined triangles are interpreted as symbolizing the balance between the cosmic forces of Fire and Water.
Islamic crescent, the symbol has an origin long before the birth of Islam, dating back to the fourth century B.C., when Philip II laid siege to the city of Byzantium.
The Hand of Miriam or Hand of Fatima, also known as Hamsa or Khamsa, means five and in Jewish and Muslim religion holds sacred value.
The Tao symbol consists of two spirals: one that coils and the other that unfolds from a single Center.
The two spirals represent the descent and ascent of the opposite aspects of each energy in the cosmos.