Mother, Crone Plaque
Extra Large Celtic Triple Goddess Wall Art
in Wood Look Finish Resin Based 14.5 inches high by about 11.25
(36.83 cm x 28.57 cm)
Celebrate Three Aspects
of the Feminine Journey
with this Maiden, Mother, Crone Wall Plaque
plaque celebrates the three phases of a woman's life in this Maiden Mother
Crone wall plaque. With exquisite detail and thoughtful symbolism, artist Maxine
Miller brings to life the seasons of the feminine journey.
The Maiden is surrounded by spring flowers, doves and the hare of fertility;
Mother is rooted in the life-giving oak tree with belly swollen with child and
full of promise; and the Crone is depicted in winter woods with the wise owl,
raven, and serpent. Runic symbols adorn the sleeves of her garment.
All are watched over by the changing phases of the moon in this abundantly
detailed plaque with many symbols of Celtic knot work and the natural world
throughout. [(c) 2006 Maxine Miller]
Brigid Plaque Measures 5 1/2 inches high x 4 3/4 inches wide x
3/4 inches deep.
Looks like a wood cutter has fashioned this little triple
Brigid wall plaque out of wood featuring the Goddess with Celtic knotwork all
She is depicted here as the three sisters or three of the many aspects of this
Midwife - healer/nurturer/herbalist, Blacksmith - keeper of
fire/craftswoman/transformer and Poetess - bringer of wisdom/guidance/prophecy.
Stag Plaque in Wood Look Finish
3 inches (7.62 cm) High x 3 inches (7.62 cm) Wide
x 1/2 inch (1.27 cm) Thick
The mythic stag is a Celtic emblem of wildness, sovereignty, and the bountiful
forest. Cernunnos, the Celtic God of Abundance, is known to shape shift into a
"stag of seven tines." Run with him in the forests of your mind and be
open to the mysteries he might unveil for you.
"Phantom Queen" Plaque Size: 5 1/4"h x 4"w x
13.33 cm x high 10.16cm wide x 2.22 cm deep
Morrigan can be called on for passing over rituals, to assist with prevailing in
conflict, finding the true self or courage in the face of fear, as a potent
force for banishing and in dark moon rites.
Small Wheel of the Year
Size: 5 5/8"h x 5 5/8"w
14.28cm x 14.28cm
by Paul Borda and Dryad Designs
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, Imbolc, 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.