Morrigan and Crow Bronzed Figurine
Cast in the finest resin before being given a bronze finish and carefully hand-painted. Standing on a rocky battlefield, the Morrigan, Celtic Goddess of war and death, has a sword drawn, her red dress slit up to the thigh. She wears knee-high boots, and her long hair cascades over the torc around her neck. Her left hand is outstretched, and she’s looking to the raven messenger that’s just alighting. A fantastic centrepiece to any altar, this pagan statuette is a great gift for those who need inspiration to struggle through their own lives.
The name Morrigan means 'phantom queen' (or 'great queen') and describes a Goddess from old Ireland that was associated with shapeshifting, war, destiny, fate and death
Bronze figurine of the Morrigan, Celtic Goddess of war and death.
Cast in the finest resin before being given a bronze finish and carefully hand-painted.