The composition is an expression of gratitude to the powerful forces of nature and a deep sense of admiration for their beauty and power. The stiletto, as an art form, was not chosen by chance. The stiletto represents a symbol of both creation and destruction at the same time which is so characteristic of the elements. It is very difficult, almost impossible to restrain the element or try to conquer it, manage it, create obstacles to it. These facts explain the lack of scabbard in the composition.
Stilettos are beautiful and do not need additional protection or a form that could restrict them. Each detail made by the craftsmen flows smoothly into another, forming an almost invisible relationship, which creates the integrity of perception. The front stiletto side means physical manifestation of the element, and the central sign on the back side represents the “subtle, pre-heavenly” state of the element, that is, its spiritual manifestation. A straight, narrowed blade with a thickening at the end means a flow of energy with a powerful concentration to the higher forces of the Universe.