From the Northwest of the United States this vase tells the tale of a love triangle of the gods and a fiery sibling rivalry that required some pretty extreme parental intervention.
‘Draupnir’ tells the tale of dwarven headhunters, a father’s love, the ultimate wealth multiplier, and a journey to hell and back. And it’s about a gift, made in response to a wager, that almost cost a trickster his head.
With flights at a standstill worldwide, it can be nice to think of a time when airplanes were not needed to get to the skies.
The word Thursday is derived from Old English Þūnresdæg and Middle English Thuresday (with loss of -n-, first in northern dialects, from influence of Old Norse Þórsdagr) meaning “Thor’s Day”. It was named after the Norse god of Thunder, Thor.
The creation of physical artwork requires physical space. The more we create, the more room we need for new works! As such, for the month of April all vases are available for 10% off!
When thinking of cycles of spring and rebirth, the Tree of Life always comes to mind.
Today our vase tells the tale of an exceptional deity among the pantheons of ancient gods. Amaterasu is one of the few female solar gods. Her full name means ‘Great Divinity Illuminating Heaven’ and she is one of the principal gods in the Shinto religion.
ISBN thinking about you and wanted to share some exciting news with everyone.
A time for new beginnings and cherishing what is.