Catalog number: CDM04
Your Price: 25.00 €
Replica of an Iron Age find. Original is exhibited in a Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary. Height: 14 cm, diameter of a neck: 9 cm. Burnt in a field stove (firing: beech wood). There is no modern glass, but sintered natural salt. It has test certificate for using (drinking).
Catalog number: BXS05
Your Price: 32.00 €
GREENMAN, box. Size approx. 12.5 cm. This product is made from solid resin. Imported from the UK.
Catalog number: CPE140
Your Price: 9.00 €
Tree of Life, bronze pendant. The Tree of Life and trees in general carry a deep sacred meaning in many world religions and mythologies. Human beings, observing the growth and death of trees, and the annual death and revival of their blooms and foliage, have often seen them as powerful symbols of growth, death and rebirth. Evergreen trees, are sometimes considered symbols of eternity and immortality.
Sacred or symbolic trees include the banyan and the sacred fig (Hinduism and Buddhism), the tree of knowledge (Judaism and Christianity) and sacred oak groves (Germanic and Celtic mythologies).
Catalog number: BHJ32
Your Price: 13.00 €
Catalog number: FGJ116
Your Price: 65.00 €
A luxurious silver Celtic pendant inspired by the ornaments of the so-called Battersea shield, found in the river Thames (England). The jewel may be worn by both men and women, its symbolism is clear - protection against everything of low energy in order for the soul and body to remain pure.
The Battersea Shield is one of the most significant Celtic art artefacts found in Britain. It is a bronze covering of originally a wooden shield, decorated in La Téne style.
Catalog number: HRC31
Your Price: 89.00 €
Iron Age Celtic Helmet Port Bei Nedau, collectible replica.
Catalog number: BHJ63
Your Price: 25.00 €
Exclusive bronze jewel that is inspired by the ornaments on the Celtic Battersea shield (the river Thames, London). Jewel is for women and men and its symbolizes the shield that should protect you - your sould and body.
Catalog number: fig38
Your Price: 33.00 €
Description: Wildwood tree man door knocker. Max. size: 1 cm.
Catalog number: ASW43
Your Price: 145.00 €
Celtic sword for a practise fight - case hardened high carbon spring steel (CSN 13 260). But from my own experience most of these swords with a wooden handle can be broken, resp. in wooden handles can appear cracks and it is not our mistake ... but it is a work of the Nature. Our guarantee is for the blades, not for wooden parts. If this happen, it is good to replace middle part with leather grip. Overall length: 85 cm, blade: 70 cm, width of the blade: 5 cm.
Catalog number: BOF17
Your Price: 29.00 €
Bronze finished resin figurine by artist and sculptor Neil Sims. The Morrigan (meaning "phantom queen" or "great queen") is a Celtic goddess of battle, strife and fertility. She sometimes appears in the form of a blackened storm crow, seen flying high above the dead bodies of brave warriors fallen during mortal combat. She is generally considered to be a war deity comparable with the Scandinavian and Germanic Valkyrie or Walkuere; although her association with cattle also suggests an ancient role connected to fertility, rebirth and the renewal of once-barren lands.
This exquisite figurine was lovingly crafted by world-renowned Pagan artist, sculptor and tattooist Neil Sims. Hailing from the coastal town of South Shields in the North-East of England; Neil has devoted his entire life to the expression of his devout and ancient faith via the medium of his numerous artistic creations. Those amongst you who desire to learn more about this highly talented gentleman can find him on Facebook as Neil Blackbird Sims.
Height: 18 cm.
Catalog number: DHO56
Your Price: 48.00 €
A drinking horn with carved Slavic motives, polished and treated on the inside with a food grade lacquer.
Catalog number: JWA52
Your Price: 3.50 €
Velvet pouch - the Tree of Life.
Catalog number: CPE204
Your Price: 5.00 €
Tree of Life and trees in general carry a deep sacred meaning in many world religions and mythologies. Human beings, observing the growth and death of trees, and the annual death and revival of their blooms and foliage, have often seen them as powerful symbols of growth, death and rebirth. Evergreen trees are sometimes considered symbols of the eternal and immortality. Sacred or symbolic trees include the banyan and the sacred fig (Hinduism and Buddhism), the tree of knowledge (Judaism and Christianity) and sacred oak groves (Germanic and Celtic mythologies).
Catalog number: CPE205
Your Price: 6.00 €
An accurate and a detailed pendant of a flying crow. Crows are black phantoms of the sky, they have alway played a prominent role in many European cultures and mythologies. Vikings associate them with the god Odin. According to Druid tradition they are believed to bring on new changes, death to one phase of life and birth to another.
Catalog number: CJW148
Your Price: 45.00 €
Celtic torc is inspired by the find from Borotice, Moravia, Czech Republic. La Tene Age. Material: brass, glass.
Catalog number: CJW150
Your Price: 9.00 €
As in all ancient civilizations, in Slavic mythology the world is portrayed as a sacred tree, or the Tree of life (usually oak), which with its eternaly regenerating vegetation symbolizes life itself. Its top represents the sky, its roots – the realms of the underworld. The top is the place of Gods, led by Perun the ruler of the mankind and the master of the sky, while deep in the underground, in its roots, resides Veles as a serpent or a dragon, and rules the world of our ancestors. Therefore, the tree is our link with the gods and our ancestors. The most respected temple of the gods that gathers strong energies that inspire, protect and heal us, and invoke consciousness and spirituality.
Catalog number: BHJ334
Your Price: 45.00 €
A thin Celtic bracelet, La Tene culture.