In ancient times when a Mongolian woman married, she braided her hair in two strands and decorated it with ornaments according to region. Women in the Central Khalkha wear silver hairpins in the middle of their hair and oval lobsters at the base. She also wears a silver crown embroidered with precious stones on his forehead. The endless knot (known as Ulzii) pattern is a widely used Mongolian pattern in jewelry making. It represents the growth of knowledge, wealth, happiness, and good karma.