One-headed, two-bodied lion resting on the anvil – the symbol of Mahlia. Originally, the symbol of the city state of Mycenae in ancient Greece, this symbol represents life, strength, unity, valour, pride, wisdom, and protection. The lion is the most ubiquitous symbol of power and leadership because the lion is the mightiest of beasts that will not turn back before any. The anvil is an object that is indestructible to the passage of time and circumstance.
Symbol of Mahlia. The two dots above the anvil represent the two lions with one head from the Mahlia logo. The anvil represent indestructible strength, while the three dots beneath the anvil represent the past, present and future... Eternity.
The Hand of Providence, that which gives and takes away.
Represents all aspects of creation: Mind, body and spirit, Birth, life and death, Past, present and future.
Love, compassion and understanding.
Used by the Assyrians to represent sky, by the Chinese to represent earth, and by the Toltecs as a symbol of their gods. In many cultures, it was the symbol of the cosmos: The vertical line representing the masculine principal and the horizontal the earthly, female principal. The intersection of the cross is the point at which heaven and earth meet. The result of this union is mankind.
Represents solidity: a perfection that is stable, earthly and material with the connotation of dependability, honesty, shelter and safety.
The sword of "Truth & Justice" - the defender of the defenseless and the defender of all that is good.
The snake in ancient symbolism represented female wisdom and our connection as a human race to Mother Earth.
The skull in Mahlia Collection is used as a "Memento Mori;" a reminder that our time here is temporal - and to live life with deep appreciation every day.