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.
Vesna is associated with youth and springtime in Slavic mythology. She was celebrated with the return of spring by going out to the fields with Vesna as a clay or wooden figure which had been decorated with flowers. The ritual of victory was glorified when the other doll of Morana, goddess of winter and death was burned which symbolically signified the victory of Vesna over Moran...
Svyatogor is the giant-warrior in Russian mythology and folklore. His name is a derivation from the words "sacred mountain". He and his mighty steed are so large that, when they ride forth, the crest of his helmet sweeps away the clouds.
The story of Svyatogor passing appears as an episode in the larger tale of Ilya Muromets, Russia's greatest hero-warrior. Having heard of the giant's strength, Muromets comes to...
Crnobog, or Чернобог as his very name shows, is Slavic black god – god of darkness and winter deity. Slavs believed that cold, famine, poverty, illness originated from this god.
The holiday of Korochun was devoted to him at the winter solstice longest night of the year 21st to 22nd December. Cernobog was respected as all the other gods. He was considered equal to other gods of the pantheon.
In some South Slavic v...