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Maiden, Mother, Crone Candle Holder, Stone

Representing Innocence, Nurturing and Wisdom.
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Maiden, Mother, Crone
Triple Goddess Candle Holder

Our Triple Goddess, "Maiden, Mother, Crone" candle holder is made of resin and hand painted for a dark antiqued stone finish. Column style candle holder with the sides portraying each one of the Triple Goddess in bas-relief style. Each of these visages portrays the Divine Feminine at a different stage of her life: reflecting youthful vigor, the fullness of motherly maturity, and the wisdom of the grandmother.

Column Style Candle Holder features swirls, viney leaves and other art. Designed to hold tea light candles in the top of the column. Measures 4 1/4 inches x 3 3/4 inches x 10 inches tall.

Maiden: She represents youth and innocence, she interlocks her arms and interlocking with the Mother and Crone. She has ripen and now ready to explore and begin her path. She stands seductively with arms raised and a butterfly rests on her right hand. Just below her sarong, you can see the skeleton art on the Crone.

Mother: Interlocking her arms with the Maiden and Crone, she touches her milk filled breast with her right hand and gently cradles her child-filled stomach with her left hand. A rabbit sits at her feet and leafy vines are behind her on the column.

Crone: The crone wears a crown, with hands touching she poses as if ready to grant you her wisdom. Her robe is adorned with crescent moons, she holds a winged staff with intertwining down the length. She holds, at the bend of her elbows, both Maiden and Mother.