The Flower of Life is a geometric design composed of evenly spaced, overlapping circles. This design forms a flower-like pattern with the symmetrical structure of a hexagon. The perfect form, harmony, and proportion of the flower of life have been long admired by philosophers, artists, and mystics the world over for centuries. The Flower of Life is considered to be a symbol of sacred geometry, said to contain ancient, religious values depicting the fundamental forms of space and time.
Evidence of the importance of the Flower of Life can be found in every major culture around the world - in temples within the Forbidden City of China, in ancient synagogues in Israel, in the Buddhist temples of India and Japan, in the City of Ephesus in Turkey, carved into a rock in Assyria, in Italian art from the 13th century, and in Cordoba, in ‘la Mezquita’ in Spain.
Measurements approximately: 24mm x 23mm x 1mm