She represented the circle of life and was associated with both birth and death. Her name translates to “great queen” or “phantom queen”. She was a shapeshifter and looked over the rivers, fresh water and lakes. She is also described as being the patroness of revenge, magic, priestesses, night, prophecy and witches.
The Morrígan is mainly associated with war and fate, especially with foretelling doom, death or victory in battle. In this role she often appears as a crow, the badb. She incites warriors to battle and can help bring about victory over their enemies. The Morrígan encourages warriors to do brave deeds, strikes fear into their enemies, and is portrayed washing the bloodstained clothes of those fated to die. She is most frequently seen as a goddess of battle and war and has also been seen as a manifestation of the earth- and sovereignty-goddess, chiefly representing the goddess's role as guardian of the territory and its people.
- Original art work
- Hand carved cloisonne pendant
- Hand painted
- Gold or silver leaf in background
- Solid yellow bronze also called jeweler gold bronze pendant
- Sealed with a layer of resin
- Soldered eyelet on top
- Signed in the back by artist
- 14k gold filled chain option
- Gold filled has 100 times more gold than plated. Does not rub off.
- Nickel free
- Antiqued solid sterling silver chain option
- 4 mm black Greek leather option