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Handmade Wooden Statue Carving of Lugh, the God of Light and Crafts

Handmade Wooden Statue Carving of Lugh, the God of Light and Crafts

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Wooden Statue of Vör - Embodiment of Wisdom and Intuition wood carving from ecological material for asatru altar.

Vör Wooden Statue Characteristics

  • Material: ecological ash tree. 
  • Coating: varnish.
  • Height 5.5 inch/14 cm.
  • Width 4.1 inch/10.5 cm.
  • Depth 1.3 inch/3.5 cm.


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Color shades and textures may differ slightly from actual products. It depends on your monitor or phone settings. The statues are very easy to clean. Wipe clean with a dry towel or tissue.

It is a unique and inimitable decorative object. You can place it on tables, shelves, and desks. Ideal for traveling. An excellent option for a gift.

We tried to do it for you with great pleasure and put effort into this wooden sсuІрture from ash tree for your complete delight.

Lugh is , in Irish mythology, is the god of light associated with the solar cult. In CeІtic legends, he often acts as a rogue (trickster), similar to the Scandinavian Loki. At the same time, he is a positive hero.

Lugh is a young handsome warrior in a helmet, with a spear and a magic dog. This completely protects him and those who call out to him.

Lugh is a connoisseur of many arts and crafts (he is a carpenter, a blacksmith, a harper, a phili, versed in the affairs of antiquity, a healer, a warrior, and a hero), for which he is nicknamed Samildanah, which means “skilled in the arts” and Lamfada, “Lоng Arm” (some explain this nickname by the solar nature of this god, comparing the hand with a ray of the sun).

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