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Freya and Boar

$65.45

Strength, power and wealth are just but a few things Freya is known for. This Norse Goddess sometimes rode upon the boar, Hildisvini, probably a metaphorical image of sacred sexuality designed to bring crop fertility.Image from 19th century artsize; 5 1/2" Made from gypsumstone, blue verdigris color finish

Frigga Statue Wood

$81.95

Size: 7"h x 3 3/4"w x 3 1/2"d Frigga, Odin’s wife, is the Norse All Mother. She resides in her realm of Fensalir as the Mistress of Home and Family. She is depicted holding her son, Baldur, The Champion of Love, Goodness, Innocence and Forgiveness, who was loved by all and known for his beauty. A true multi tasker, Frigga excels...

Seated Freya Wood Finish

$87.25

Size: 7 7/8"h x 3 3/8"w x 3 3/8"d Freya, Norse Goddess of Sex, Love, Fertility, Cats and Seers, is the most beautiful of the Norse Gods. Queen of the Vanir and Commander of the Valkyries, she flies using her hawk wing cloak and protects love and relationships. Freya possesses a chariot drawn by two giant cats and has a...

Seated Freyr Wood Finish

$81.95

Size: 7 7/8"h x 3 3/8"w x 4"d Freyr governs Sun, Rain, Crops, Agriculture and Fertility. He is known as Lord of the Mound, the Bringer of Prosperity by those who work for it and Leader of the Alfs. He fell in love with the giantess Gerd. Wanting to be with her so much, he gave up his fabulous sword to...

Seated Loki

$100.00

Size: 7 3/4"h x 3 1/4"w x 3 1/4"d Known as the Trickster in the Norse pantheon, Loki is often causing all kinds of havoc. He then supplies a solution that generally creates even more confusion! The back of his chair displays his children by the Giantess Angrboda, The Fenerous Wolf, The World Serpent named Jormungand and his daughter the Goddess...

Seated Odin Wood Finish

$81.95

Size: 8 1/4"h x 4 1/4"w x 3 3/8"d Odin is known as the All Father, the leader of the Norse Gods. He governs War, Death, Poetry, the Arts and Wisdom. He gave one of his eyes to drink of the well of wisdom. His magical spear is named Gungnir. The ravens, named Hugin and Munin, are Thought and Memory. They...