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Green Christmas

by SmithArya on 0 Comments

Do you know, why do we have Green and what do the color Green represent?

Evergreen plants, like Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe have been used for thousands of years to decorate and brighten up buildings during the long dark winter. They also reminded people that spring would come and that winter wouldn't last forever!  

There are a few popular theories

Many Christians believe red and green were inspired by the life of Jesus, whose birth Christians celebrate on Christmas. Green, for example, represents the eternal life of Jesus Christ, just as evergreen trees remain green the whole winter long.

The Romans would exchange evergreen branches during January as a sign of good luck. The ancient Egyptians used to bring palm branches into their houses during the mid winter festivals.

We respect and understand tradition.

That's why this year MORGIANA is celebrating Christmas with a green theme, which represents not only the color, but also our brand's attitude towards the environment. This year we are launching a new bamboo fiber range - the Coffee Shells Bamboo Plate Set, which eliminates the waste of coffee shells and combines the green and biodegradable bamboo fiber. The rugged feel and the initial color create a characteristic marble pattern that is simple, original and traditional...

 

Perhaps this could be the Green Choice for Christmas, be the beauty of your table...

 

Merry Christmas.

Do you know, why do we have Green and what do the color Green represent?

Evergreen plants, like Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe have been used for thousands of years to decorate and brighten up buildings during the long dark winter. They also reminded people that spring would come and that winter wouldn't last forever!  

There are a few popular theories

Many Christians believe red and green were inspired by the life of Jesus, whose birth Christians celebrate on Christmas. Green, for example, represents the eternal life of Jesus Christ, just as evergreen trees remain green the whole winter long.

The Romans would exchange evergreen branches during January as a sign of good luck. The ancient Egyptians used to bring palm branches into their houses during the mid winter festivals.

We respect and understand tradition.

That's why this year MORGIANA is celebrating Christmas with a green theme, which represents not only the color, but also our brand's attitude towards the environment. This year we are launching a new bamboo fiber range - the Coffee Shells Bamboo Plate Set, which eliminates the waste of coffee shells and combines the green and biodegradable bamboo fiber. The rugged feel and the initial color create a characteristic marble pattern that is simple, original and traditional...

 

Perhaps this could be the Green Choice for Christmas, be the beauty of your table...

 

Merry Christmas.

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