She appears as a beautiful woman or as a crow, the Morrigan, the Irish Goddess of Battle. She can appear as a banshee (bahn sidhe or white fairy) as well, but this lady is not especially good news, even for herself. Here she sits holding her alter ego the crow, beneath a horned moon with blood on it, seeming appalled by the ruin of war around her. Not a cheery little piece for St. Patrick's day but dramatic nonetheless. I would tone down the bright blue background and choose more somber beads but the colors in the design palette didn't offer anything more interesting with sufficient contrast.
Approx Finished Size:
Large. Very large.
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In Stock: 200
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