Here you can order various small sculptures of the ancient Slavic Dieties.
All sculptures are made of plaster and specially hand-coloured by your choice.
Standard colours are: Wood-Yellow, Wood-Red, Stone-Blue and Stone-Green.
Special sculptures are coloured additionally with Golden and Silver.
Kupała name means (to bathe) is the Slavic goddess of springs, water, sorcery, love and herbal lore. She is also the mother, associated with trees, herbs, and flowers. Kupula personifies the magical and spiritual power inherent in water, and Kupula's devotees worshipped her with ritual baths and offerings of flowers cast upon water.
Since fire as well as water has powers of purification, her worshippers also danced...
Mokosh is a protector of women and goddess associated with the sacred feminine in Slavic pantheon. She is a goddess of water, home, earth, and female occupations such as spinning, weaving and fate.
Slavic women would throw hemp, called "mokrica" (mokar = wet), into the water. The hemp was a sacrifice offered to Mokos. Another of Mokos's roles was to protect the sheep and their fleece; the Slavs made offerings to her for...
In Slavic mythology Rod is the first god progenitor of deities, creator of the Universe and its manager. He is the supreme universal principle, which established the divine law Pravda (Prav). He is a protector of blood-ties and clan relations, a patron of kinship and clan unions.
At the beginning of Time, at the very beginning of the Cosmos, only Rod existed and there was nothing around him. He later created the Univer...