In pagan cultures Golden Baba is defined as a female giving birth to a child. This idea has been widespread among all tribes inhabiting the territory of contemporary regions of Ural and Siberia. A childbirth was regarded as a spiritual experience since a woman's body was nourished by energy and considered to be a divine miracle. Golden Baba symbolised the goddess.
The image of Golden Baba with children sitting on her knees became an object of worship and offerings. She patroned hunters, fishermen or even ordinary people. Historically a female has been regarded as giving a birth. In different cultures a female is associated with mugs or open vessels in pottery.
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The Golden Baba collection includes a variety of large mugs in golden and bronze colours symbolising motherhood. Mugs from the Golden Baba collection are to be precious and contemplative gifts for mothers reflecting grateful and caring attitude of children.