Sun circle inspired by archaeological finds from Moravia. The original is much rougher, larger and without the eyelet. The Sun circle is a symbol found in women's Germanic tombs around the 6.-7. century in the waist area. The number of rays in the circle can vary. In Germany are known finds from five to thirteen rays. The symbol is formed by two circles between which are placed these rays. Sometimes in the middle of the symbol was a swastika. In this case, it is a find from a female Germanic grave of the Langobard tribe from the 6th century.