"Celtic Goddess Brigid, sun goddess, daughter of Dagda."
The Celtic goddess Brigid of Ireland, can lay claim to being the most complex, intriguing, widespread, timeless, and beloved of all legendary ladies. Brigid appears in many different guises, with numerous names, in many different European cultures.
Born at the exact moment of daybreak, she was the daughter of Dagda, the great 'father-god' of Ireland. In Druid mythology, the infant goddess was fed with milk from a sacred cow from the Otherworld. Brigid owned an apple orchard in the Otherworld and her bees would bring their magical nectar back to earth. It is said that wherever she walked, small flowers and shamrocks would appear. As a sun goddess her gifts are light (knowledge), inspiration, and the vital and healing energy of the sun.
Urn size - 200 cubic inches
This blue crackle cremation urn for ashes has been thrown on the potter's wheel and Raku fired. The cremation urn for ashes has a striking finish with a decorative crackle throughout. Areas of metallic are revealed in this urn and a variety of hues shimmer with the movement of the light. This beautiful funeral urn is matched with a dome lid.