Venus of Willendorf Goddess, Mahogany Obsidian
This beautiful goddess is hand-carved in mahogany obsidian. Modeled after the prehistoric sculpture, the Venus of Willendorf which was discovered by archaeologists in Austria in 1908. Also called the Woman of Willendorf, she is estimated to have been originally carved 25,000 years ago. The original is in the Natural History Museum, Vienna. She is thought to be a fertility figure, a good-luck totem, a mother goddess symbol, or an aphrodisiac. Some also think she may be a self portrait or a depiction of an ancient goddess.
Placing her on your altar as a symbol of abundance, fertility, and the power of the divine feminine archetype. (I adore seeing these three ladies together, as a little matriarchal village.)
This listing is for one goddess, choose your favorite size:
Large (more red) 80mm
Mahogany Obsidian Crystal Goddess Carving, exact item as pictured.