Translates as: Ram's horns. A symbol of strength (in mind, body, soul), humility, wisdom and learning.
Symbolism: The horn of a ram is strong, fierce and can be intimidating; they are a defense. Dweninmmen is a symbol of strength with humility. Sheep are humble and can be easily guided.
Adinkra symbols are thought provoking aesthetic elements originating from the Akan culture in Ghana; they mainly represent objects that hold emotive ideas about life, ancient wisdom and the environment. A variety of Adinkra symbols have multiple meanings and are frequently associated with local proverbs.
Material: Brass, Cotton
Features: One Size, Adjustable Cotton
Care: To re-shine brass, rub against lime or lemon / Use chemical 'Brasso' in small cloth to polish