Tigers
History:
The absence of writing among Scythian population sparks interest in the study of unique artifacts discovered by archaeologists. The household objects, weapons, and clothing allow to recreate the pictures of Scythians life and learn the language of the visual narrative that served as transmission of mythological information to the next generations. By describing their picture of the world, Scythians used zoomorphic code.

The artist saw the tiger image for her work in the Hermitage, dates from the 5th century BC. The terrifying grin of a mighty predator on the Scythians drawing speaks of his great power and strength.

The sun as a symbol of life cycle symbolizes rebirth and renewal.

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Care for printed silk products We recommend washing natural printed fabric in a large amount of warm water (up to 30 degrees Celcius) on delicate mode without pre-soaking and with minimum mechanical intrusion. Soaking natural printed silk is not recommended. Do not bleach. Dry cleaning is recommended. Iron at low temperature..

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