This pagan figurine is cast in the finest resin before being given a bronze finish and painstakingly hand-painted. Standing in front of a fireplace, this elegant woman wears a long, flowing green dress, a triskelion on her belt. Her hair hangs down over her shoulders, and in her hands she holds a large red flame. In front of her is a cauldron full of some unknown potion, simmering on a fire, and to her side is a stack of leather-bound books. A plaque at the front simply reads “Brigid” – the Irish goddess of poetry, fertility and smithing. Perfect as the centerpiece of any pagan altar, this celtic figurine is also a fantastic gift for any poet in need of divine inspiration.