Brigid, Celtic Goddess of the Healing Arts and Great Mother of the Celts – Two Lovely, Colorful Pieces (and a third previously posted)

Brigid is shown to be beautiful, powerful and gentle with her Celtic red hair flowing in these two pieces honoring the beloved goddess.

Brigid is the mistress of the healing arts, and is seen as the muse of poetic inspiration.  She is also associated with wells, springs, fire, and fertility, as well as smithcraft, which held special importance for the early Celts.

Our Brigid statue is posed in front of a cauldron of fire, bearing a handful of flames.

“Brigid’s Fire (the offering)” is an art print signed and numbered by the artist.  The prints were limited to 250 copies; this is #10, an extremely low number and therefore somewhat more valuable.

For those wanting more information, or who don’t know the history of Brigid, there is much to be found on line about her, as well as about these specific pieces.    When time allows, I’ll add more to this narrative.  Thank you!

Note:  Our bronze statue of Brigid (shown in the photo) has sold!

Pricing: 

Brigid statue:  $75.00. 
Brigid’s Fire art print:  $75.00.
Both for $125.00.

Condition:  Both are in excellent condition.

Dimensions:   

Brigid statue:  About 10″ high.
Brigid’s Fire art print: .11×14″inch (on 13×19 paper)

Shipping & Delivery:  Please see the tabs above. 

1) Details: Shipping & Delivery for mail order options. 
2) Supporting the Grief Warrior Project if you’d like an appointment to see the item(s) in person prior to purchase.

More Photos:  See below!

 

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