La raison du plus fort.... The reason of the strongest is always the best... or Might is always right
This is the image from an antique wax seal stamp from the 1700's. These were used to seal letters and correspondence and come is a huge verity of designs, mottos, sentiments, heraldry and proverbs...
This seal features the image of a lamb quietly drinking from a stream and a large hulking wolf beside it. The text states ‘la raison du plus forte’ in French. This translates to ‘the reason of the strongest is always the best’ It refers to Aesop’s fable of the wolf and the lamb. The fable tells us about the meeting of a wolf and lamb. in order to take the lamb’s life the wolf accuses it of various misdemeanors, all of which the lamb proves to be impossible. Losing all patience, the wolf says the offenses must have been committed by someone else in the family and that it does not propose to delay its meal by enquiring any further. The morals drawn are that the tyrant can always find an excuse for his tyranny, and that the unjust will not listen to the reasoning of the innocent.
Sizing...... The charm measures .14mm across the centre. This may vary however as each one is made by hand.
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