Peşkir2 - Ayı (Yenilmezlik)

Ebat
35cm x 50cm ölçüsünde 2 adet peşkir
Materyal
%100 pamuk
Bakım
30 derecede makinede yıkayabilirsiniz.
Yöre
Buldan

İkinci nesil Mesele Peşkirleri, Buldan’da, seri tezgahlara göre %80 daha yavaş vuruş hızı olan el tezgahlarında, geleneksel usullere göre dokunmuştur. Yüzde yüz pamuktan dokunan peşkirlerin üzerine semboller, doğal boyalı yün ipliklerle, elde işlenmiştir.

Emicidir.
Çabuk kurur.
Hafiftir ve az yer kaplar.
Cilt dostudur.
Ön yıkamalı ve yumuşaktır.

Kırmızı-Beyaz, Beyaz-Siyah ve Siyah-Beyaz renk seçenekleriyle ikili olarak satılmaktadır.
Mutfakta el havlusu, kurulama bezi ya da tutacak olarak, banyoda yüz, saç, el ya da misafir havlusu olarak, sofrada Amerikan servisi ya da peçete olarak kullanabilirsiniz.

PEŞKİR HAKKINDA: Farsca piş (ön) ve gir (tutan) sözcüklerinden türetilen ve havlunun atası kabul edilen özel bir Anadolu dokumasıdır. Birçok yörede ve sarayda, yer sofrasının altına konulup diz üzerinde peçete olarak kullanılmıştır. Osmanlı sarayında, peşkir ağası istihdam edecek kadar önem verilmiştir. Günümüzde hem eskisi gibi yer sofrası peçetesi işlevini koruyor, hem de havlu olarak kullanılıyor.

Renk

Amerikan Yerlileri’nde Kuvvet Meselesi

Hayatı, doğa üzerinden anlamlandıran Amerikan Yerlileri; canlı ya da cansız her nesnenin bir ruha sahip olduğuna inanır ve tabiatı her parçasıyla kutsal kabul ederler. Doğadaki en güçlü hayvan olan ayı ile de, mutlak gücü ve yenilmezliği sembolize ederler.

Meselesi: 

Bizim kültürümüzde telaffuzu bile nezaketsizlik kabul edilen ayılar, başka kültürlerde ne kadar da makbuller. Zira güçlüler. Şöyle düşünün, siz de ayı olsaydınız, ayıya ancak annenizin kardeşiyse dayı derdiniz. Güzel bir şey yani.

Hediye Sebebi:

Zorluklar karşısında dayanma kuvvetini anlatan sembolüyle, her koşulda sağlam duran yakınlarınıza iltifat anlamında sunabileceğiniz veya zayıflıklarından arınmasını dilediğiniz kişilere yenilmemeyi öğütleyebileceğiniz bir hediye meselesidir.‘Motivasyon hediyesi, hastalık hediyesi, geçmiş olsun hediyesi, Maşallah hediyesi, yıldönümü hediyesi, doğumgünü hediyesi’ dendi mi, hemen akla gelir.

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