Since time immemorial, among all the peoples of the world, there has been a tradition to present expensive, valuable and memorable gifts. Perhaps they began to give memorable gifts to business partners with the formation of social and political relations in ancient society. This tradition began with giving gifts to their gods or idols and ending with giving important guests, allies or respected people.
People’s memorable gifts, first of all, have symbolic meaning and replace (or reinforce) the words of gratitude, as well as express the positive attitude of the donor to the person being gifted. From the time of the ancient world to the present day, memorable gifts have been a universal communicative tool between people. An outlandish and valuable gift always serves the purpose of maintaining good relations in the future. Not without reason, the old English proverb says: “He who knows how to give – he knows how to live.” Continue reading