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Lucina is celebrated as the Sun goddess in Sweden but is in fact a combination of Norse goddess Freyr and the Christian martyr St Lucia. Young girls dress up to represent Lucina by wearing white gowns and on their heads evergreen wreaths with candles in them. The lighted candles, eight in all, supposedly represent the equinoxes, solstices and the points in between.
The young Lucina girls give out cookies on the streets at dawn to celebrate Lucina's

act of sharing food with the needy.


On St. Lucy's Day any activity involving turning motions are forbidden, including spinning, stirring, and working a grindstone as these circular motions might interfere with the return of the sun.

Made in the in the Waldorf tradition with all natural and organic fibers and lots of TLC she is 13 inches of pure happiness and I'm sure she will bring you lots of joy for many years to come Her head piece I made with cotton velour and a rubber-band to hold it in place , her dress is cotton the broach I found on my many scavenger hunts I made with my husband in old markets you can hardly tell bud the color are green and ruby so magnificent just lovely like all my treasures it was just waiting for the right moment and the right doll. Please if you have any question email me at any time .And please make sure you read the store policy
Not for children under 3

Santa Lucia Qeen of Lights Fairywooldoll Original OOAK Waldorf cloth doll


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, cotton, cotton velour, glass beads, mohair
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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