Maybe something like this (think of the four angles in western astrology, four seasons….):
Since Swastika points in all four directions, it signifies stability and strength. It is considered extremely holy and auspicious by all Hindus, and is religiously used to decorate items related to Hindu culture. It can be commonly seen on the sides of temples and religious scriptures. It is also used in Hindu weddings, festivals, ceremonies, houses and doorways. Unlike Aum symbol, which represents primordial tone, the Swastika is a pure geometrical mark and has no syllabic tone with it.
Wonderful suggestion, thank you!
OK – at www.Fab.com I found this TRIVET – to put hot serving dishes on: http://fab.com/sale/12356/product/253573. The picture is a very detailed drawing of the Holy City, and it’s walled in, with Turbaned Men standing on the outside of it. It is entitled: “Ancient Jerusalem Trivet” and ‘manufactured’ right in Israel. It seems both tasteful and honorable. What say you all?