Chirhangu means small in Newa basa.
Handcrafted in Brass with Gold plating
The design is refrenced through the overlapping circles, a grid of geometric patterns of repeating also known "Flower of Life". The name was given to the overlapping circles pattern in New Age publications.
The oldest known occurrence of the "overlapping circles" pattern is dated to the 7th or 6th century BCE, found on the threshold of the palace of Assyrian king Aššur-bāni-apli in Dur Šarrukin.
Patterns of seven overlapping circles appear in historical artefacts from the 7th century BC onwards; they become a frequently used ornament in the Roman Empire period, and survive into medieval artistic traditions both in Islamic art (girih decorations) and in Gothic art.
- Avoid direct contact with oils, body lotions, perfumes or any other chemicals.
- Keep away from water, excessive heat or moisture.
- Store separately in an airtight box.
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