Wiccan Statues & Figurines We offer several different types of Wiccan Statues and Figurines here at Medieval Collectibles, because there are so many different concepts in the Wiccan mythos that can be represented; symbols and seals, after all, are just as impressive as are life-like figurines of witches. In this category you will find all manner of decorative figurines and statues, all of which have taken inspiration from Wiccan lore in order to create a sleek and stylish design. Here, you will find figurines depicting Wiccan symbols of all shapes and sizes, although the most common of which is the classic pentagram the five point star. You will also find several other styles of statues and figurines here, as well. Witches of all types live here as well, and you will find that witches do indeed come in all shapes and sizes; they are not all green-skinned crones with warts and tall hats, who cackle and brew potions in black cauldrons. Here, you will find statues and figurines of witches that range from classical to down-right attractive. There is no better way to appeal to your witchy nature then to have a few Wiccan Statues and Figurines floating around your space, and even if you are not a witch, per-say, there is still nothing wrong with having a few Wiccan items floating around; if nothing else, they are attractive items that make for great conversation pieces.
Do not take the innocent and inviting expression of the Gothic Male Angel with Dragon Statue too seriously, as any figure that can be relaxed and open around such a fearsome beast as this white dragon is much more then they seem.
Fairies are amazing creatures, some of which are capable of acts that defy logic. Consider, for example, the Mystical Fairy and Moon Statue, which depicts a bright and colorful fairy as she sits effortlessly on a crescent moon.
The Mystical Fairy Statue is a stunning decoration that features a detailed fairy. This beautiful figure is vividly colored and marvelously adorned, wearing an elegant ensemble and carrying a lantern and a walking staff.
The Purple Fairy With Cat Statue is a great figurine that features a pretty little pixie as she kneels on the ground. In one arm, she securely holds a black cat and, in the other, she holds a lantern as it sways back and forth.
Palmistry is an ancient art that focuses upon studying the hand with the intent to characterize a personality, as well as tell a future. This Alchemy Palmistry Hand is a sort of diagram that shows the hand and its different meanings.
The Witch With White Dragon Statue is a gorgeous fantasy statue that depicts a gothic witch as she sits with her trusted companion, a white dragon. Together, they sit quietly while the witch holds a clear globe in one hand.
This beautiful fairy has a touch of mysticism about her. The Mystical Fairy with Book Statue depicts a pretty pixie as she sits with her legs crossed, carefully holding a book in her hands while a white owl perches on her knee.
There are some who believe that problems in the body can be cured by treating the foot. And in this Foot Reflexology model, we see the foot carefully divided up to show what part of the foot corresponds to each part of the body.
Fairies are amazing creatures, some of which are capable of acts that defy logic. Consider, for example, the Purple Fairy on the Moon Statue, which depicts a bright and colorful little fairy as she sits effortlessly on a crescent moon.
Some believe that present and future can be told simply by looking at a hand. While this Palmistry Hand will not teach you how to divine such mysteries, it will show you how the hand is divided and what the names of those areas are.
Traditionally, witches ride flying brooms. You might say that this Transpurrtation Witch Statue does things her own way, although really, her choice of transportation looks just as fun as a broom and more adorable, too.
While a pentagram is typically considered a religious or spiritual symbol, there is nothing mystical about the Cat Pentagram Plaque. What it lacks in mystical qualities, it more than makes up for them in style, though.
Just because she is a witch does not mean she has to be an ugly, wart-covered hag. Take the Halloween Witch Statue, which depicts a witch of beguiling and bewitching beauty, the sort that is told of in fairy tales.
Not all witches are evil hags who roam the countryside putting curses and hexes on poor individuals. Some, like the one in this Frog Prince Witch Statue, are more beguiling, thanks to a wholesome, beautiful appearance.
Baphomet came into interest with the Knights Templar as an occult figure they were accused of worshipping. The Baphomet Demon Statue reveals his form with the torso and arms of a man, head and legs of a goat, and feathered wings.
What is a witch without her faithful cat? In The Purrfect Spell Witch Statue, a pretty, beguiling witch arranges the perfect mystical item that will be a delightful reward to her faithful furball, who sits waiting on the floor.
Not all witches are the bad sort. Some, like the one depicted in this Flying Candy Cane Witch Statue, have the best character. Indeed, this witch seems to be a spirit of Christmas and giving, as well as of sweet treats and candy.
The Salem Witch Trials culminated in the deaths of twenty people who were accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts. The Etched Salem Witch Skull and Raven commemorates these deaths with a raven holding a chain on a skull.
The Salem Witch Trials culminated in the deaths of twenty people who were accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts. The Etched Salem Witch Skull and Pentacle commemorates these deaths with a pentacle chain on a skull.
The maiden figure in a goddess triad, preceding the Mother and Crone figures, represents youth and its potential. The Bronze Maiden Goddess Statue depicts her as a young girl dressed in decorated robes, sitting upon a tree stump.
Being a witch and being bewitching are two entirely different things. Yet this Rosina the Witch Statue pulls both off with ease, depicting a comely witch in classic attire as she stands ready, with her trusty broom secure at her side.
Just because you are a witch does not make you bad. Being a witch entitles you to love, just as much as anyone else! This Lovely Valentine Witch Statue shows one such witch who is ready to show off her affections.
Witches can take on whatever appearance they please, and this enchantress prefers a rather colorful style! The Bohemian Witch Statue depicts her in a bold blue top with a fur-lined red skirt and bright yellow leggings.
With the power of the sun by day and the moon by night, this witch casts her enchantments with the wisdom offered by the movements of the planets and stars. The Celestial Witch with Wolf Statue shows her with staff and crystal ball.
The crone, known both for her wisdom and disagreeable nature, acts as the third figure of a goddess triad, following after the Maiden and the Mother. The Bronze Crone Goddess Statue depicts her as a seated elderly woman with a cane.
Mother goddesses frequently appear in forms that emphasize their fertility and constructive qualities. The Bronze Mother Goddess Statue reveals a seated female figure with a tender expression holding her heavily pregnant middle.
Though stereotypically portrayed as ugly crones, witches can sometimes appear in a youthful shape. The Chained Witch and Raven Statue depicts a lovely young witch with her crow familiar, chained to a couch.
The Salem Witch Trials culminated in the deaths of twenty people who were accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts. The Etched Salem Witch Skull and Mouse commemorates these deaths with a mouse holding a chain on a skull.
The idiom of See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil promotes the wisdom of remaining virtuous despite the nearby vices. The No Evil Witch Shelf Sitters display this concept in the form of three coy witches dressed in black.
In many tales and legends, wise witches offer trials and tests that help the intended champion grow in character and achieve their goal. The Wayfarer Witch Statue shows a witch offering a guiding hand with her hanging lantern.
Strolling within her woodland domain, this lovely nature deity appears at complete peace in her outdoors setting. The Guardian Goddess of the Trees Statue shows her with her hands clasped in front of her as she walks.
The Greek goddess of crossroads, dogs, witchcraft, and poisonous plants, Hecate served as a protective deity in Athenian society. The Bronze Goddess Hecate Statue displays a depiction of this goddess by artist Maxine Miller.
The Greek goddess of crossroads, dogs, witchcraft, and poisonous plants, Hecate served as a protective deity in Athenian society. The White Goddess Hecate Statue displays a depiction of this goddess by artist Maxine Miller.
Strolling within her woodland domain, this lovely nature deity appears at complete peace in her outdoors setting. The Bronze Guardian Goddess of the Trees Statue shows her with her hands clasped in front of her as she walks.
The classic image of the feminine divine, this Wiccan goddess statue appears in the form of a herm - a sacred object of stone. The Crescent Crowned Moon Goddess Statue draws upon the lunar connection of many female pagan deities.
The classic image of the masculine divine, this Wiccan god statue appears in the form of a herm - a sacred object of stone. The Horned God Statue captures the ancient rustic character of this powerful nature deity.
Offering knowledge of the future to those who seek her wisdom, this magical soothsayer beckons you with her crystal ball. The Fortune Teller Witch Statue depicts this sorceress as she kneels, her hands held out in front of her.
Attempting to pry into the secrets of the universe, this eager young witch studies the magic rites to scry the future. The Witch with Dragonling Statue depicts this witch with a young dragon familiar by her side as she reads.
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