In Karelian, PUOLI means twofold/two-voice. A double-headed horse is a hearth keeper, the symbol of strength and goodness. It was considered a powerful amulet. People decorated the tops of the huts with the figures of double-headed horses to keep their homes from harm. They pinned hope for harvest on the horses and gave them as gifts to the children to “gain good strength”.
Black rhodium limited edition of PUOLI Necklace