Lugh, pronounced "Loo" was a Sun God. His name means "the shining one," and he was considered a "Good God" meaning he was good at everything. Worshiped as the God of Fire, he also presided over metallurgy, crafting, weaving, and served as protector of the weak. Lughnasadh, the Sabbat celebrated in August, is named for him. A primary deity of the Druids, Lugh sometimes took human form and worshiped alongside them. He is a wonderful God to call upon when one doesn't know how to proceed, because he can do or assist with anything. Lugh is often associated with the Greek God Apollo, and more statues and holy sites were erected to this handsome God than to any other Celtic deity. The inscription on the base was written and conceived by author Raven Grimassi.
- Measures 10 inches in height by 7 1/2 inches wide, with a depth of 4 inches
- Created from the sculpture work of Paul Borda of Dryad Design
- Reflects the natural texture of the original sculpture
- A beautiful decorative element for your home or altar
- Polyresin with finish