Brigid: Goddess of the Flame and of the Well! Goddess of all inspiration and creativity, all translation from the Divine to earthly form — and hence Goddess of childbirth and healing as well as all writing, arts, and crafts.
She is a commonly celebrated Wiccan Goddess. Maiden Goddess, Goddess of springtime and new growth, Her festival is held on Feb 2, a Cross-Quarter Sabbat which is named after her (and alternatively called Imbolc)
As a Celtic Goddess of flame, Brigid is a Sun Goddess, Goddess of the Dawn. (To the Celts, the Sun was feminine, and Light was masculine.) She is also the Goddess of the Well and the Waters.
In other words (although I've never heard anyone say this, it seems obvious to me), She is Goddess of both Sun and Moon, action and inspiration, achievement and creativity.
She offers us all the gifts of the Sun and the Moon: beauty, inspiration, knowledge and skill, access to the divine realm, healing, and life itself.
- Height: 29 cm
- Width: 15 cm
This Extremely Detailed and Well-Made statue is made with cold cast bronze,
The special production process of this piece, originated from Great Britain,
uses actual bronze powder mixed in the cold cast resin in order to ensures a richer, more life-like presentation.