A lighter colored burr Elm cremation Urn. Delicately turned with very fine lining in two sections, connected to long elegant legs of steamed and scorched ash tree legs by 9 ebony pins, representing the nine trees of the legend. Topped with a Celtic warrior shield complete with golden rivet. Click for more information
Design Influence Dagda was the ‘Good God’ of Earth, knowledge, abundance, and healing. Dagda was called the good god by the Celts and is one of the most prominent gods and greatest leaders he was a master of magic, fearsome warrior and a skilled artisan. His possessions were meant to include an abundant pot of Click for more information
Design Influence Ériu, a member of the de Danann Warrior tribe and who gave her name to the Gaelic name for Ireland -Éire. She was a queen and patron goddess of Ireland. Her name is meant to mean the land of abundance, earth, soil, a personification of the island of Ireland and a source of Click for more information
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