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Art Show: One-Word Concept: Classic

"Imbolc"Brigid Ring of Festival of Fire,

by Marvin Lee Billings

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Art: ImbolcBrigid Ring of Festival of Fire, by Artist Marvin Lee Billings
"Imbolc"Brigid Ring of Festival of Fire, Fire agate and Red star ruby set in Hand forged sterling silver Mounting.

This is a stunning Solid Hand crafted Ring with a magnificent Fire Agate stone Displaying Golden lights in the middle and Rare Bright Florescent Blues at both ends 22.5 mm X 13 mm X 6 mm . The setting is All Hand crafted with the oak, acorn and branch, Over a triple band on one side and a Forged Woven basket look on the other set a natural super star Ruby 6 mm X 7 mm X 3 mm .

If you Don't mind seeing My Hands fresh from the forge copy and past link below to see a to a Short Yahoo flickr video of this ring and the amazing light play in the stones, Note this is in my Poor shop light as it is raining and cold out today. The stone is far more impressive in Good sunlight .

Ring size 7.5

Total weight 15.8 grams or just over 1/2 ounce .

Brigid's festival is the first of February, otherwise known as Imbolc, when ritual fires of purification were lit. She takes over from the goddess of winter and is seen as the maiden aspect of the triple goddess by some researchers. In Irish mythology she is the daughter of the Dagda, the father god, and ruler of the Tuatha de Dannan

Brigit was one of the most widely worshiped goddesses in the Celtic Britain, and traditionally she is seen as the goddess of forge & smithcraft , creativity, healing, wisdom, fertility, and childbirth.

She Is still worshiped Today as St Brigid

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