Beautiful Celtic God and Goddess Statuary

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Painted Triple Goddess Mother Maiden Crone Statue  Painted Triple Goddess Mother Maiden Crone Statue
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Small Wheel Of The Year By Paul Borda
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Depicting the eight Pagan holidays or Sabbaths, the Wheel of the Year is laid out as a traditional wooden wheel. Each pie-shaped section is a carved representation of a particular holiday. The Quarters: Yule, Ostara, Midsummer, and Mabon focus mainly on the movement of the sun and contain alchemical symbols for the seasons. Each of the Cross Quarters: Samhain, Imbolg, Beltane, Lughnasadh feature one of the four tools and portrays the transition of our relationship to the Earth as the year...

Triple Goddess Mother Maiden Crone Plaque by Maxine Miller
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Triple Goddess wood finish resin plaque of Maiden Mother Crone. The seasons of a woman`s life - Maiden, surrounded by spring flowers, doves and hare; Mother, rooted in the life-giving oak tree; and Crone, in the winter wood with the wise owl, raven, and serpent. All are watched over by the changing phases of the moon in this abundantly detailed plaque.14 1/2" Please allow 5-7 days for shipping ...

Triple Goddess Mother Maiden Crone Statue
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Triple Goddess Triskele Plaque by Maxine Miller
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Beautifully detailed Triskelle Celtic Triple Goddess Wall Plaque by Maxine Miller. The Detail of this piece is amazing! Triple goddess Maiden, Mother and Crone Imagery with Triquetra and other celtic symbolism; the arms of the Triskelion are serpents, the outer circle is adorned with Birds, Salmon and Hounds. The triskelle has been used since ancient times in Celtic culture to symbolize the cycle of life. It has also been a symbol for the trinity since post-pagan times and medieval times in...

Wheel of the Year Wall Plaque By Maxine Miller
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Pagan/Wiccan "Wheel of the Year" Wall Plaque with wood finish or in cold cast bronze. Exquisitely crafted Wheel of the Year Plaque 14 1/2" in Diameter. Plaque has 8 different hangers on the back so you can change with the seasons! This beautiful Wheel of the Year plaque displays the eight festival days of Paganism, Wicca, and Witchcraft. The symbolism of the “turn of the Wheel” is represented by the bounty of Nature's growth and harvest through the seasons of the year. A unique feature of this...

Wheel of the Year Wall Plaque By Mickie Mueller
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Honor the traditional holidays of the ancient Celts with this seasonal pictorial calendar. Rich symbolism in loving detail. 8 metal loops on back allow you to hang any date at top. 11” resin plaque, wood color finish. Please allow 5-7 days for shipping ...

Wizard Merlin Bronze Finish Statue
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This statue is beautifully designed. Sculpted and handcrafted to the finest detail in cold cast metal (Bronze/pewter) finish. Okay, I know I put Merlin on the Celtic God and Goddess page, he's not a God but he is really awesome!11 3/4" Please allow 10 to 14 days for shipping

Wood Finish Celtic Mother Goddess Brigid Statue by Maxine Miller Wood Finish Celtic Mother Goddess Brigid Statue by Maxine Miller, Brigit Statue
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The Celtic Goddess Brigid is beloved as the muse of poetic inspiration and the mistress of the healing arts. She is also associated with smithcraft, which held special import for the early Celts. The site of her well still exists in Ireland, and it's eternal flame is still quietly attended by eighteen maidens. The Catholic Church made her a saint due to her fervent worshippers, who accepted Christ, but could not endorse a religion that excluded her. 11"HCold Cast Resin Bronze FinishPlease...