Morrigan Battle Goddess Plaque

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In Celtic mythology, the Phantom Queen, also known as the goddess The Morrigan, is capable of taking many shapes and appears in many guises. This Morrigan Battle Goddess Plaque is a stylized depiction of how the Irish hero Cu Chulainn first saw her. In the story, Cu Chulainn is roused from sleep to find himself looking upon a beautiful maiden, dressed in red and ready for battle. She carries spears along as her weapons, and is brought forth in a great chariot, drawn by a one-legged horse. This plaque echoes that appearance, revealing a beautiful warrior-woman, drawn forth in a chariot and adorned with all manner of beautiful Celtic knots and designs. The pendant is crafted entirely in fine resin materials, and it is offered in a wood grain finish that makes this plaque look as though it was carved from a single piece of wood. This Morrigan Battle Goddess Plaque is a stunning representation of a classic Celtic goddess, and its detailing alone makes it a worthy piece to have hanging above your mantle, whether you place your faith in this ancient deity or just your passion and your interest.

Key Features:

  • An Original Design by Sculptor Paul Borda
  • Crafted Entirely in Fine Resin Materials
  • Inspired by an Irish Tale about The Morrigan, the Goddess of Battle
  • Features a Beautiful, Carved, Wood Grain Finish
  • A Fantastic Home Decor Item
  • Great for Personal Use or Gifting


  • Height: 5.25 Inches
  • Width: 4 Inches
  • Depth: 0.875 Inches


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