With her arms raised in blessing and surrounded by a nimbus of stars, this goddess was seen as the embodiment of the Eastern Star - Venus. She is based heavily on the mythology of Ishtar, worshiped as early as 4000 BCE in the area of present-day Iraq. The filigree is a working star chart as on an astrolabe- an ancient device used to navigate and tell time. The points are referred to as flames and each indicates the position and name of a star. The zodiac ring, also positioned correctly, is known as the ecliptic. The text on this piece was inspired by the Hymns of Inanna and intended to invoke the divine feminine healing power of the Universe.
- Measures 13 5/8 inches in height by 11 1/4 inches wide, with a depth of 4 1/2 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