A Ray of Immortality
In Ancient Greek mythologies it has been said that the flesh of the peafowl did not decay after death. This belief inspired early Christianity to represent the fowl as a symbol of immortality, as such depicted in early Christian paintings and mosaics. The striking colour of Amaranth breathes eternal life throughout the iridescent plumage, the great flower in which Greeks believed never to fade. Intertwining trails lay among the watchful feathers, never stopping nor reaching a destination.