Arianhod, Celtic Star & Moon Goddess Statue
By Maxine Miller
Arianrhod is a goddess of Challenge and Transformation. Her name translates to the silver wheel, which we equate with the moon and stars and their cycles of change in the heavens and a symbol that represents the ever-turning wheel of the year.
Her silver wheel is known to transform the heavens and fate. The wheel may also refers to the oar wheel upon which she carried the dead back to her heavenly northern land the Corona Borealis. Here, according to some Welsh traditions, the dead souls waited for the Goddess and her female attendants to decide their fate before being reincarnated.
Arianrhod is associated with:
- Spirals of Infinity
- Weaving of Cosmic Time and Fate
In this statue, Arianrhod holds The Wheel of the Year along with her twin sons. The detail in this statue is tremendous as you can see from our photos. From the fine details in the Wheel of the Year as well as the Moons, Sun, this is a statue you won't be able to stop gazing upon. Crafted if cold cast bronze, hand-painted, antiqued and polished details. Measures approximately 7 x 7 x 10 1/2 inches.
Please Note: Photo is taken outside; however, Interior Decoration is recommended with this statue.