Celtic and Nordic Designs

Plaques and statuary inspired by traditional designs and mythology from the Celtic and Nordic peoples.


Celtic Griffin

Celtic Griffin

This Griffin has been caught in an active pose. Rearing with wings out, he has one talon on a Celtic knotwork sphere. This is an exceptionally fine piece suitable for a living space, office or library. • 11½ x 5¼ x 8¾ • Bronze Resin

$128.00

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Large Tree Pentacle

Large Tree Pentacle

Incorporating the ancient "Tree of Life" with the sacred image of the pentacle, this beautiful plaque brings together the Goddess and the endless cycle of being. Around the edge is inscribed "Thee I invoke by the moonlit sea by the standing stone and the twisted tree". • 11½ dia. x 1 • resin

$68.00

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Odin Plaque

Odin Plaque

"Odin" is known as the Norse All-Father. He sits astride his 8-legged horse, Sleipnir, who carries souls to the unseen realms. the spear named Gar, when thrown, would always return. Through ritual self-sacrifice, Odin discovered the Runes while hanging from the Yggdrasil, or world tree. A patron of warriors, he was skilled in magic and a master of primal forces. Known as the One-Eyed God, Odin sacrificed his eye to gain wisdom from the fountain of Mimir. • Resin • 7 in. diameter

$56.00

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Sheela-Na-Gig

Sheela-Na-Gig

This image dating back to the 11th century has survived centuries of attempts to eradicate objects thought to be obscene. Sheela-Na-Gigs were carved on the exteriors and interiors of churches in 11th and 12th century Ireland, England and France. Sheela-Na-Gig is also seen as another appearance of the Great Mother, a pre-Christian fertility idol, an ancient Celtic goddess, a pagan good-luck symbol, and protection against evil. • 5 x 4 x 1½ • Hydrocal

$18.00

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Small Freya

Small Freya

Freya, Norse Goddess of Love, Fertility, Cats and Seeresses, is the most beautiful of the Norse Gods. Queen of the Vanir and Commander of the Valkyries, she flies using her hawk wing cloak and protects love and relationships. Freya possesses a chariot drawn by two giant cats and has a love of jewelry and ornament. Her most precious possession is the necklace Brisingamen which she won from the dwarves. In ancient times, gold was often referred to as Freya's tears. • Resin • 4½ × 3½ × 6¼

$48.00

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Small Morrigan

Small Morrigan

Resin • 3¼ × 1¾ × 6½

$48.00

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Small Raven Pentacle

Small Raven Pentacle

5½ x 5¼ x ¾ • resin

$24.00

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Small Tree Pentacle

Small Tree Pentacle

4½ dia. x ¾ • resin

$26.00

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Small Wheel of the Year Plaque

Small Wheel of the Year Plaque

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 (or Litha), 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 progresses. Zodiac signs depict the movements of the stars throughout the year and illustrate how they relate to the holidays. • Resin • 5 in. diameter

$30.00

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