Egyptian candle holder

R 720.00

Carrying on the head is a common practice in many parts of the world, as an alternative to carrying a burden on the back, shoulders, and so on. People have carried burdens balanced on top of the head since ancient times, usually to do daily work, but sometimes in religious ceremonies or as a feat of skill, such as in certain dances.The practice of carrying a burden on top of the head has existed since ancient times. The metaphor of an ancient Egyptian ritual of repentance which involved carrying a basin of burning coals on top of the head, it is the consciousness and attitudes of shame, remorse, repentance, and ultimately correction.

Material : resin

35cm(L) x 10,3cm(W)