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.
Morana or Morena is a Slavic goddess associated with death, winter and nightmares. The tradition of burning or drowning an dummy of Morana to celebrate the end of winter is a folk custom that survives in Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. This ritual represents the end of the dark days of winter, the victory over death, and the welcoming of the spring rebirth.
Her arrival was therefore always expected with fea...
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...
Stribog in Slavic pantheon, is the god and spirit of the winds, sky and air; and is said to be the ancestor (grandfather) of the winds of the eight directions. He was imagined as an old man who had a warrior’s horn. With this horn he woke up the winds, his grandsons. Because of this feature a lot of army chiefs identified with Stribog and saw him as an ideal.
By the same token, princes often built his idols and wor...