In Gaelic (Irish, Scottish, and Manx) myth, the Cailleach is a divine hag and ancestor, associated with the creation of the landscape and with the weather, especially storms and winter. The word literally means 'old woman, hag', and is found with this meaning in modern Irish and Scottish Gaelic, and has been applied to numerous mythological and folkloric figures in Ireland, Scotland, and the Isle of Man. In modern Irish folklore studies, she is also known as The Hag of Beara, while in Scotland she is also known as Beira, Queen of Winter.
Price is for one (1) Celtic Queen of Winter Statue
Made from cold-cast bronze and individually hand-painted
Measurements: 5.9"L x 4" W x 7.3" H
Measurements are approximate.
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