SUITCAFE Silk Pocket Square Lady Justice Roman & Greek Mythology Hanky
A pocket square perfect for that attorney in your life. Silk with hand rolled edges, Lady Justice is a personification of the moral force that underlies the justice system. The image of Lady Justice is a familiar one, featuring a woman holding a scale in one hand and a sword in the other, while blindfolded. The origins of Lady Justice can be traced back to ancient Greek and Roman mythology, where the goddesses Themis and Justitia respectively represented the concept of justice.
The image of Lady Justice that we are familiar with today emerged during the Middle Ages in Europe, and it has since become an enduring symbol of the justice system. The blindfold is intended to represent impartiality, indicating that justice should be administered without regard to the status or identity of the individuals involved. The scale is meant to signify the weighing of evidence, and the sword symbolizes the power of the courts to enforce their judgments.