Fibbia con drago Gallese

Fibbia con drago Gallese

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Fibbia con finitura martellata e drago Gallese inciso e smaltato rosso.
L’emblema ufficiale del Galles, il Drago Rosso – y ddraigg goch – è probabilmente di origini Cinesi, e venne introdotto in Gran Bretagna dai Romani circa 1800 anni fa. Inizialmente fungeva da stendardo militare, ma successivamente divenne la bandiera simbolo della nazione. Lo stesso re Enrico VII° si proclamò discendente di Cadwaladar, l’ultimo re di Bretagna, il cui Drago era simbolo della potenza, fierezza e del coraggio del paese.

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Altezza6 cm
Larghezza8 cm
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Belt buckle with hammered finish and engraved Welsh dragon decorated with red enamel.
The official emblem of Wales, the Red Dragon – y ddraigg goch – is probably of Chinese origin and was introduced to Britain by the Romans about 1800 years ago. Initially it served as a military standard, but later became the flag symbol of the nation. Henry VII himself was proclaimed descendant of Cadwaladar, the great Welsh king traditionally referred to as ‘the last king of Britain’, whose dragon was symbolic of the strength, pride and courage of the country.

Belt buckle with hammered finish and engraved Welsh dragon decorated with red enamel.
The official emblem of Wales, the Red Dragon – y ddraigg goch – is probably of Chinese origin and was introduced to Britain by the Romans about 1800 years ago. Initially it served as a military standard, but later became the flag symbol of the nation. Henry VII himself was proclaimed descendant of Cadwaladar, the great Welsh king traditionally referred to as ‘the last king of Britain’, whose dragon was symbolic of the strength, pride and courage of the country.

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