Celtic Danu, Mother Goddess figure with a offering plate which can be used to put light weigth objects on such as a few tumble stones. Made from finest resin and hand painted in bronze. Approximately 22.5 cm.
Danu is the most ancient of the Celtic gods. She is referred to as the mother of the Irish gods, which infers that she was a mother goddess. Here she is seen wearing a cloak featuring the Celtic Tree of Life below the symbol of the Triple Moon. Often associated with rivers, symbolising fertility and abundance, she holds a bowl filled with water that is cascading over the edges while a fish leaps forward on her right side.