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Wheel of the Year Fine Art Print Celtic Norse Solar Holidays Pagan Wiccan Folklore Celebrations Altar Decor Sun Moon Stars Ink Watercolor

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Wheel of the Year Fine Art Print Altar Decor

Eight solar festivals derived from the ancient Celts and Norse commonly celebrated today. (Northern Hemisphere). Display on your altar and turn to show the light and dark halves of the year.

SAMHAIN 31st of October
The third harvest festival. In the dark of night the old God dies, awaiting rebirth at the Winter Solstice. The Crone Goddess mourns. A time when the veil separating this world and the Otherworld is the thinnest. Ancestors are honoured. Food is offered to the spirits and candles lit to guide them on their way.

WINTER SOLSTICE 20th, 21st or 22nd of December
Also known as Midwinter and Yule. The shortest day and the longest night. The Holly King is the symbol of the waning year. The Goddess gives birth to the new God, the Oak King.

IMBOLG 1st or 2nd of February
The Goddess is honoured as the bride of the returning Sun God. Candles are lit to symbolize the return of the sun and warmth in anticipation of Spring. Sheaves of wheat from the previous harvest are woven into grain dollies or crosses to symbolize the bride.

SPRING EQUINOX 20th, 21st, or 22nd of March
Also known as Ostara. Day and night are of equal length. Anticipation of rebirth as the earth begins to awaken as days become longer. The first crocus flowers emerge from the snow and new green leaves begin to adorn the trees. The Goddess and God begin their courtship.

BELTAINE 1st of May
The Goddess and God are united in sacred marriage. The Great Rite symbolizes the union of male and female, two halves of the Life Source which gives birth to all creation. New plant and animal life are celebrated.

SUMMER SOLSTICE 20th, 21st or 22nd of June
The longest day and the shortest night. The earth is brimming with life. Flowers are blooming as fruits and vegetables are ripening and almost ready for harvest. The Goddess and God are at the peak of their power.

LUGHNASADH 1st or 2nd of August
The grain harvest festival named for the Sun God Lugh. The first of three harvest festivals. Late summer fruits and vegetable are also part of the feast. The Goddess and God are celebrated as givers of abundance and prosperity.

AUTUMN EQUINOX 20th, 21st, or 22nd of September
Also known as Mabon. Grapes and other vine fruits as well as apples are ready for harvest. Apples symbolise the promise of life renewed. We honour the Goddess and God for a fruitful harvest. The preserving and storing of food for the cold months begins.

This is an Archival Giclee Print created from my Original Pen and Ink/Watercolour on Bristol. It is printed on Ultra Premium Matte Presentation Paper with Archival Inks.

Available in two sizes:
8 inches x 10 inches (20.32cm x 25.4cm)
11 inches x 14 inches (27.94cm x 35.56cm)

Your print is carefully packaged with an acid-free board in an acid-free sleeve for shipping.

Please note that all monitors are different and colours may vary slightly. The web image is low resolution; the actual print you receive is high resolution, sharp and vibrant as the original. Copyright appears on web image only; it is not on the print.

© Morgaine du Mer, MagickMermaid Studio
All artwork is under copyright protection and may not be reproduced in any form without my expressed permission.


To see more Magickal Fantasy Art Prints http://www.magickmermaid.etsy.com

***IMPORTANT NOTE: My artwork is sold only on my website (magickmermaid.com), etsy, my blog on wordpress and one other authorized site. If you have seen my art on other sites, please be aware that the listings have been copied and fraudulently used without permission. Please do not order from these sites; they are collecting credit card information and have no physical items to sell.***
Wheel of the Year Fine Art Print Altar Decor

Eight solar festivals derived from the ancient Celts and Norse commonly celebrated today. (Northern Hemisphere). Display on your altar and turn to show the light and dark halves of the year.

SAMHAIN 31st of October
The third harvest festival. In the dark of night the old God dies, awaiting rebirth at the Winter Solstice. The Crone Goddess mourns. A time when the veil separating this world and the Otherworld is the thinnest. Ancestors are honoured. Food is offered to the spirits and candles lit to guide them on their way.

WINTER SOLSTICE 20th, 21st or 22nd of December
Also known as Midwinter and Yule. The shortest day and the longest night. The Holly King is the symbol of the waning year. The Goddess gives birth to the new God, the Oak King.

IMBOLG 1st or 2nd of February
The Goddess is honoured as the bride of the returning Sun God. Candles are lit to symbolize the return of the sun and warmth in anticipation of Spring. Sheaves of wheat from the previous harvest are woven into grain dollies or crosses to symbolize the bride.

SPRING EQUINOX 20th, 21st, or 22nd of March
Also known as Ostara. Day and night are of equal length. Anticipation of rebirth as the earth begins to awaken as days become longer. The first crocus flowers emerge from the snow and new green leaves begin to adorn the trees. The Goddess and God begin their courtship.

BELTAINE 1st of May
The Goddess and God are united in sacred marriage. The Great Rite symbolizes the union of male and female, two halves of the Life Source which gives birth to all creation. New plant and animal life are celebrated.

SUMMER SOLSTICE 20th, 21st or 22nd of June
The longest day and the shortest night. The earth is brimming with life. Flowers are blooming as fruits and vegetables are ripening and almost ready for harvest. The Goddess and God are at the peak of their power.

LUGHNASADH 1st or 2nd of August
The grain harvest festival named for the Sun God Lugh. The first of three harvest festivals. Late summer fruits and vegetable are also part of the feast. The Goddess and God are celebrated as givers of abundance and prosperity.

AUTUMN EQUINOX 20th, 21st, or 22nd of September
Also known as Mabon. Grapes and other vine fruits as well as apples are ready for harvest. Apples symbolise the promise of life renewed. We honour the Goddess and God for a fruitful harvest. The preserving and storing of food for the cold months begins.

This is an Archival Giclee Print created from my Original Pen and Ink/Watercolour on Bristol. It is printed on Ultra Premium Matte Presentation Paper with Archival Inks.

Available in two sizes:
8 inches x 10 inches (20.32cm x 25.4cm)
11 inches x 14 inches (27.94cm x 35.56cm)

Your print is carefully packaged with an acid-free board in an acid-free sleeve for shipping.

Please note that all monitors are different and colours may vary slightly. The web image is low resolution; the actual print you receive is high resolution, sharp and vibrant as the original. Copyright appears on web image only; it is not on the print.

© Morgaine du Mer, MagickMermaid Studio
All artwork is under copyright protection and may not be reproduced in any form without my expressed permission.


To see more Magickal Fantasy Art Prints http://www.magickmermaid.etsy.com

***IMPORTANT NOTE: My artwork is sold only on my website (magickmermaid.com), etsy, my blog on wordpress and one other authorized site. If you have seen my art on other sites, please be aware that the listings have been copied and fraudulently used without permission. Please do not order from these sites; they are collecting credit card information and have no physical items to sell.***

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(79)
Reviewed by ldana1
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 8, 2017
Beautifully done and excellent customer service!
Two Trees 11x14 Custom Vows

Reviewed by Lynda
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 19, 2017
I couldn't be happier with the wedding vow print I received! It's just lovely...a perfect gift for my son and his nearly-wife on their special day. Thanks sooooo much Morgaine!
Two Trees Entwined Custom Vows Marriage Wedding Certificate w Celtic Knotwork Border Handfasting Anniversary 11x14 Fine Art Print Pagan

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I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 1 hour of purchase
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
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Customer satisfaction is my first priority! I will do whatever I can to make things 100% right. All shipments are fully insured for the value of the item including postage.

If your print order arrives damaged, please email immediately and I will ship out a replacement.

If your vintage item arrives damaged you will receive a full refund.

I will accept exchanges or returns on prints if notified within 14 days of order receipt. Customer pays return shipping charge and will be refunded original purchase price and original shipping fee. Returned prints must be in original packaging and undamaged.

Personalised and custom orders are not returnable.
Questions about your order?
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Shipping policies

USA CUSTOMERS:
USA PRINT ORDERS are shipped via USPS First Class Mail with Tracking and Insurance included. Insurance covers the entire cost of the order including postage.
Arrival times vary according to location (usually 3-6 days from date of mailing).

OR You can choose USPS Priority Mail with Tracking and Insurance included. Insurance covers the entire cost of the order including postage. Your order should arrive in 3 business days from date of shipment.


INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS:
INTERNATIONAL PRINT ORDERS are shipped via United States Postal Service First Class International Mail. Insurance is included and covers the entire cost of the order including postage.

***Please note that the customer is responsible for any VAT, customs fees, tariffs, duties or local taxes in their country of residence.***
***If you are unsure, please contact your local customs agency.***

International Orders Delivery Times
Canada-USPS international First Class Mail. Your order may take up to 2 weeks from mailing date to arrive due to customs.

Everywhere Else-USPS International First Class Mail.
Your order may take up to 2 weeks from mailing date to arrive due to customs.

Print Orders are shipped 1-2 days after order placement.

Your print is carefully packaged with an acid-free board or mat in an acid-free sleeve and well wrapped for shipping.


VINTAGE ORDERS can be shipped via USPS Priority Mail with Tracking and Insurance or Parcel Select Mail with Tracking and Insurance. Insurance covers the entire cost of the order including postage. You can choose your shipping method at checkout. Any postage overage will be refunded.

In an effort to be environmentally responsible, I have opted to use clean, recyclable packing materials whenever possible for vintage items. Artwork is shipped with new packing materials.
USA CUSTOMERS:
USA PRINT ORDERS are shipped via USPS First Class Mail with Tracking and Insurance included. Insurance covers the entire cost of the order including postage.
Arrival times vary according to location (usually 3-6 days from date of mailing).

OR You can choose USPS Priority Mail with Tracking and Insurance included. Insurance covers the entire cost of the order including postage. Your order should arrive in 3 business days from date of shipment.


INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS:
INTERNATIONAL PRINT ORDERS are shipped via United States Postal Service First Class International Mail. Insurance is included and covers the entire cost of the order including postage.

***Please note that the customer is responsible for any VAT, customs fees, tariffs, duties or local taxes in their country of residence.***
***If you are unsure, please contact your local customs agency.***

International Orders Delivery Times
Canada-USPS international First Class Mail. Your order may take up to 2 weeks from mailing date to arrive due to customs.

Everywhere Else-USPS International First Class Mail.
Your order may take up to 2 weeks from mailing date to arrive due to customs.

Print Orders are shipped 1-2 days after order placement.

Your print is carefully packaged with an acid-free board or mat in an acid-free sleeve and well wrapped for shipping.


VINTAGE ORDERS can be shipped via USPS Priority Mail with Tracking and Insurance or Parcel Select Mail with Tracking and Insurance. Insurance covers the entire cost of the order including postage. You can choose your shipping method at checkout. Any postage overage will be refunded.

In an effort to be environmentally responsible, I have opted to use clean, recyclable packing materials whenever possible for vintage items. Artwork is shipped with new packing materials.

Additional policies

I am happy to create a special listing for you if the size you prefer is not currently in my shop. If you see something on my website (magickemermaid.com) that you would prefer to purchase here, just let me know and I will be happy to set up a reserved listing for you.

Most images are available 4 ways:
5in. x 7in. Unmatted printed on 8in.x10in. paper
8in. x 10in. Matted-image size 4.5in. x6.5in.
8in. x 10in. Unmatted-image size 8in.x10in. printed on 8.5in. x 11in. paper
11in x 14in Unmatted-image size 10.5 in x13.5in printed on 11in x14in paper

Metric Sizes:
5in. x 7in. = 12.7 cm x 17.78cm
8in. x 10in. = 20.32cm x 25.4cm
4.5in. x 6.5in. = 11.4cm x 16.51cm
11in. x 14in. = 27.94cm x 35.56cm


Please note that all computer monitors are different so colours may vary slightly. The web images are low resolution scans. The print you receive is high resolution, sharp and vibrant as the original. The copyright is on the web scans only, not on the prints.

Copyright Information: Customer is purchasing individual image only. All rights to images and stories on this website and other sites where artwork by Morgaine du Mer is displayed and sold are retained by Morgaine du Mer. These images and stories may not be used or reproduced in any form without the artist's permission. To do so is an infringement of International Copyright Laws.
I am happy to create a special listing for you if the size you prefer is not currently in my shop. If you see something on my website (magickemermaid.com) that you would prefer to purchase here, just let me know and I will be happy to set up a reserved listing for you.

Most images are available 4 ways:
5in. x 7in. Unmatted printed on 8in.x10in. paper
8in. x 10in. Matted-image size 4.5in. x6.5in.
8in. x 10in. Unmatted-image size 8in.x10in. printed on 8.5in. x 11in. paper
11in x 14in Unmatted-image size 10.5 in x13.5in printed on 11in x14in paper

Metric Sizes:
5in. x 7in. = 12.7 cm x 17.78cm
8in. x 10in. = 20.32cm x 25.4cm
4.5in. x 6.5in. = 11.4cm x 16.51cm
11in. x 14in. = 27.94cm x 35.56cm


Please note that all computer monitors are different so colours may vary slightly. The web images are low resolution scans. The print you receive is high resolution, sharp and vibrant as the original. The copyright is on the web scans only, not on the prints.

Copyright Information: Customer is purchasing individual image only. All rights to images and stories on this website and other sites where artwork by Morgaine du Mer is displayed and sold are retained by Morgaine du Mer. These images and stories may not be used or reproduced in any form without the artist's permission. To do so is an infringement of International Copyright Laws.

Wheel of the Year Fine Art Print Celtic Norse Solar Holidays Pagan Wiccan Folklore Celebrations Altar Decor Sun Moon Stars Ink Watercolor

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