3 Norns statues
Embark on a profound journey into Norse mythology with our Handmade Carved Wooden Statues of the Norns. These statues, meticulously crafted from fine linden wood and standing at 14 cm (5.5 inches), pay homage to the three Norns - Urd, Verdandi, and Skuld.
The Norns, known as the "Weavers of Destiny," hold the threads of the past, present, and future within their grasp. What sets these statues apart is the unbroken red thread that weaves its way through them, connecting their fates and symbolizing the intricate tapestry of life's journey.
Urd, the Norn of the Past: Urd's statue features a spinning wheel on the front, where the red thread begins its journey. As the keeper of the past, her wisdom is reflected in the runic symbols and a mug of water, symbolizing the deep well of knowledge from which she draws to weave the threads of history.
Verdandi, the Norn of the Present: The red thread continues its journey, now passing through Verdandi, the Norn of the present, who holds the spindle. Her statue is adorned with apples and a book, signifying the fruits of actions and the wisdom held in the present moment.
Skuld, the Norn of the Future: The thread's path leads to Skuld, the Norn of the future, who wields the sickle, symbolizing the cutting of the thread of fate. Her statue features runes and an unopened scroll, representing the mysteries yet to be revealed.
On the back of each statue, the Yggdrasil tree, the World Tree, symbolizes the cosmic connection between the Norns and the universe.
These statues are not only artistic expressions but profound representations of destiny's intricacies. Whether you're a dedicated follower of Norse paganism or an admirer of exquisite craftsmanship, our Handmade Carved Wooden Statues of the Norns will bring the mystique of fate and the wisdom of ages to your sacred space.
Embrace the power of the Norns and the unbroken red thread that weaves through their existence with these extraordinary representations. Allow their wisdom to guide your spiritual journey and honor the profound Norse mythos.