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Goddess Frigga

Protector of Home and Family
Goddess of Sacred Unions
Weaver of Fates & Seer of the Future
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Goddess Frigga
Protector of Home and Family

It is hard to imagine a better fit for the modern woman than Frigga, the Nordic goddess of love, marriage and destiny. Although she has a beautiful form, as this sculpture clearly depicts, she is a true Viking woman, equally capable of tending home and hearth as of battling her enemies. She is pictured with a spindle, as she is deemed to weave the clouds for the fertility of the land, as well as weaving the destiny of both man and the Gods. Frigga was a true wonder woman for the Norseman, and this gorgeous figure makes a great gift for collectors of Viking mythology and medieval art, as well as for today’s woman who is looking for a role model that can keep up with her.

The Warrior-Clad Frigga Statue stands before her spinning wheel holding a spindle. She wears a helmet with wings, a cloak drapping behind her and over the knee skins with heeled boots. Her scantly attired and decorated torso as well as her arm bands and wrist bands are beautifully detailed. Standing upon your altar or table, you will be amazed at the detail from her armor to the stitching in her boots.

Frigga is the Goddess of:

  • Love
  • Marriage
  • Sacred Unions
  • Married Women
  • Destiny
  • Sky Goddess
  • Motherly Love
  • Childbirth
  • Fertility
  • Weaver of Clouds granting sunshine and rain
  • Weaver of Fates
  • Seer of the Future; unable to change it

Norse Goddess Frigga, also known as Frigg, is the most important Goddess in the Norse pantheon. Wife of Odin, she was the only one, besides him, to sit upon the high throne Hlidskjalf. Tall and beautiful Frigga preferred 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.

She stands 10 1/4 inches and is crafted of Cold Cast Bronze Resin (bronze powder in resin) with handpainted detail.

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