This item sold on March 24, 2013.
Although we do not know precisely the country of origin, the kitchen witch is popular in many European homes. It is considered good luck to present a friend with a kitchen witch, especially when moving into a new home.
Here is one kitchen witch figure for each sabbat! Each little Kitchen Krone kitchen witch is clothed in a dress and matching kerchief of sabbat-appropriate colors.
Each figure is handmade in polymer clay. The clay is marbled to create a tie dye effect. The little ladies are approximately 2 inches high.
Yule – traditional colors of red and green, accented with silver, for the moon
Imbolc – yellow for Brigid, white for the snow, and green for the life beneath it
Ostara – the pale colors of the first flowers - blue, purple, and green
Beltane – pink for the goddess and green for the god, with white for purity
Midsummer/Litha – the fiery colors of the summer sun – orange, yellow, and gold
Lammas/Lughnasadh – yellow and orange for the sun, with some purple for the hint of autumn in the air
Mabon – maroon, brown, yellow, and orange – the colors of the autumn leaves
Samhain – traditional colors of black and orange, with a green face - her costume!