Plaques



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Blessed Be Plaque 2

Blessed Be Plaque

Greet your guests with this blessing plaque, which invokes a state of feeling blessed just in the simple act of being. Maybe we don’t have to “do” anything to be blessed by the divine. Perhaps this saying can remind us of our innate connection and embodiment of the divine. The border is a knotwork design with hidden imagery. See if you can find two stags, a chalice, pentagrams and moon...
$27.99

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Bright Blessings Plaque 2

Bright Blessings Plaque

Welcome your guests with this cheerful open hearted phrase. May the Goddess bless you with all things bright and beautiful. The border is a knotwork design with hidden imagery. See if you can find two stags a chalice, pentagrams and moon phases. Size: 8"h x 5 7/8"w x 5/8"d Resin plaque with wood finish.
$27.99

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Brigid Plaque 2

Brigid Plaque

Brigid, one of the most popular Celtic Goddesses is a vast deity and can assist her devotees with nearly any endeavor. She is depicted here as the three sisters or three of the many aspects of this Goddess: Midwife - healer/nurturer/herbalist, Blacksmith - keeper of fire/craftswoman/transformer and Poetess - bringer of wisdom/guidance/prophecy. Size: 5 1/2"h x 4 3/4"w x 3/4"d Resin plaque with...
$24.99

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Butterfly Pentacle Plaque 2

Butterfly Pentacle Plaque

The butterfly is well known to represent transformation. The pentacle is a symbol of earth, protection and abundance as well as the spirit in harmony with the four elements. Together, they embody the transformational power of spirituality. First, the egg that is all potential becomes the caterpillar, constantly searching and absorbing its environment. This leads to the cocoon where it seems to...
$34.99

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Butterfly Pentacle Plaque stone finish 2

Butterfly Pentacle Plaque stone finish

The butterfly is well known to represent transformation. The pentacle is a symbol of earth, protection and abundance as well as the spirit in harmony with the four elements. Together, they embody the transformational power of spirituality. First, the egg that is all potential becomes the caterpillar, constantly searching and absorbing its environment. This leads to the cocoon where it seems to...
$34.99

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Celtic Knotwork Pentacle Plaque 2

Celtic Knotwork Pentacle Plaque

The Pentacle, carved in Anglo-Saxon style. It is a symbol of Earth and Prosperity as seen in the tarot. The pentacle in its upright position represents the Spirit in balance and harmony with the four elements. There are 26 creatures embellishing this piece. Can you find them all? Size: 5 1/2"h x 5 1/2"w x 3/4"d Resin plaque with a wood finish.
$22.99

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Celtic Stag Plaque 2

Celtic Stag Plaque

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. Size: 3"h x 3"w x 1/2"d Resin plaque with wood finish.
$14.99

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Cernunnos Plaque 2

Cernunnos Plaque

Cernunnos, known as the Horned One, is the antlered God of the Forest. His name is written in Theban script on the banner and he is represented as the God of Abundance and Prosperity. He is often seen carrying a sack that spills out coins as a blessing to his people. Call on him to increase the flow of abundance in your life. Size: 5 1/4"h x 4"w x 7/8"d Resin plaque with wood finish.
$19.99

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Cernunnos Round Plaque 2

Cernunnos Round Plaque

Cernunnos is the horned God of the witches. Here portrayed as influenced by the Gundestrup Cauldron, which was found in bog in Denmark. It is believed that the cauldron was stolen by the Vikings broken up and given as a sacrifice. He is holding the rams headed serpent that some associate with the dark half of the year - basically from Scorpio to Aries. The torc is probably a symbol of sovereignty...
$12.99

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Cerridwen Plaque 2

Cerridwen Plaque

Cerridwen, a Celtic Goddess, was known for creating a magical brew that was stirred for a year and a day to produce the Three Drops of Inspiration. These were stolen by a young boy who grew up to be known as Taliesin, a great bard and wizard. The myth of the Goddess' pursuit of this thief involves a dramatic series of shape changing. Cerridwen was the muse who brought inspiration to poets,...
$34.99

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