Show your love for ancient shepherds of the forest with this wall mounted tree spirit plaques. Tree spirits have been found across many cultures, leading to mythical stories of trees as sacred guardians who held the knowledge of life itself. Dryad, also called hamadryad, in Greek mythology, is a nymph or nature spirit who lives in trees and takes the form of a beautiful young woman. Dryads were originally the spirits of oak trees (drys: “oak”), but the name was later applied to all tree nymphs. The Green Man is primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of new growth that occurs every Sprong. The Green Man is most commonly depicted in a sculpture, or other representation of a face which is made of, or completely surrounded by leaves. The Green Man has many variations, with branches or vInes sprouting from the mouth, nostrils, or other parts of the face, and these shoots may bear flowers or fruit. Found in many cultures from many ages around the world, the Green Man is often related to natural woodland or vegetation deities.
Mabon Wisdom: His contented face are formed from autumn leaves, which are delicately edged in a deep fuchsia colour, and vines which create his plaited beard. Made from hardwearing resin, this chap measures about 13.5cm x 4cm x 21.5cm.
Autumn Reflection: His serene face is formed from intertwined leaves. Covering every inch of his face with the exception of his hair, created by an intricate network of branches, the leaves are fresh and green and are home to small toadstools which are scattered all over. Made from hard wearing resin, this guy measures 15cm x 15.5cm x 3.5cm.
Oaken: He gently smiles amongst his furled leaves, with his acorns nestled either side. Highlighted in parts in gold, he