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Christmas Candle - Deer - Woodland- Deerly Departed - Holiday

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Christmas: Deer: Candle: Votives: Woodland: Antler: Skeleton

Set of 3: Deer Skull: Deer Skeleton
Deerly Departed


These three candle votives are decorated with anatomical diagrams of the season's beloved reindeer -- a perfect scene to celebrate the Christmas season with.

Ancient Norse mythology Thor, God of thunder, was known to fly through the stormy skies pulled in a chariot by magical goats named Gnasher and Cracker.

Over time, Scandinavian winter festivals that later become associated with Christmas celebrated the exploits of the Norse God. Using a costume made of goat skin and donning a manufactured goat head two men would pranced about as a goat. Some of these pagan winter rituals and the celebration of the goat proved to be a popular and lasting element of the season.

The role of the goat, as in most roles associated with Christmas, has evolved at different times and has been recognized in different ways-- in different places. Currently we celebrate the season with reindeer and elk.



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I stain each image by hand to give them an antiquated look. Each Image is unique.
Standard tea light votives.
They measure 2.5 inches tall.
This listing is for all three votives as shown above.


Original Design and Creation. Please do not replicate.

Christmas Candle - Deer - Woodland- Deerly Departed - Holiday

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: candle, candle holder, votive, tea light, glass, paper
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Favorited by: 161 people