- Frigga Statue in Bronze
Frigga Statue in Bronze
Also know as Frigg
Almost 11 inches tall in cold cast bronze by artist Derek W Frost
She has been told as being the wife of Odin and is often thought to be the most important Goddess in the Norse pantheon.
Frigg is a Goddess associated with married women. She is called up by women to assist in giving birth to children.
According to the ancestor's declarations, she possessed the knowledge of the future, which, however, no one could ever prevail upon her to reveal.
Tall and beautiful Frigga prefers to remain in her own palace, called Fensalir, the hall of mists or of the sea, where she diligently twirls her wheel or distaff, spinning golden thread or weaving long webs of bright colored clouds.
This marvelous jeweled spinning wheel shines brightly in the night sky in the shape of a constellation known in the North as Frigga's Spinning Wheel, while inhabitants of the South called the same stars Orion's Girdle.
Frigga is also considered the goddess of conjugal and motherly love, and is specially worshiped by married lovers and tender parents.