Out of stone
Width 20 cm, height 30 cm
This pine cone is one of the classic accessories in the garden.
The pin symbol comes from the cult of the Annunaki from ancient Mesopotamia as well as the cult of the Egyptian Isis. It was also used in the cults of Dionysius and Cybele. The Christians adopted the symbol and interpreted the pine tree as the tree of life. Its cones are considered symbols of resurrection and immortality.
"See, for I am the descendant. Small enough not to be seen or for the weak to understand because they underestimate my size. But within me is the ability to create a whole forest."
The Romans adorned pillar graves with pine cones in the Central European provinces. He is also said to be the symbol of the goddess Cisa.