This beautiful brass altar bell is 5" tall and features a pentacle on both the front & back. Sounds as good as it looks! The pentagram ( pentacle ) represents the balance of spirit and the material world, with the 5 points representing spirit and the elements of earth, air, fire, and water. The upright pentacle is a common symbol of witch craft and pagan & wiccan faiths. It symbolizes protection, life, and health.
This unique bronze altar bell has a triple moon design etched into the front and back. The handle of the bell is topped with a crescent moon. The bell measures approximately 5" high by 2-1/4" diameter. Most literally, the triple moon represents the waxing, full and waning phases of the moon. The triple moon is also referred to as the Triple Goddess, representing the goddess in her three aspects of maiden, mother, and crone.
Small chrome plated brass bell. Bell shapes vary (some variations are shown in the photo). Ideal for ritual & calling the elemental energies, these bells make a beautiful, high, clear sound. Sizes vary slightly, approximately 1-1/2" to 1-3/4" high. Price is per bell.
This simple brass bell has a lovely, clear high toned sound. Styles may vary slightly, approximately 4-3/4" high.
This miniature brass bell makes a beautiful, high, clear sound and is perfect for ritual & calling the elemental energies. Styles vary. Sizes vary slightly, from about 1-1/4" to 1-3/8" high. Price is per bell.
Small (3") silvertone bell with etched triple moon design. Most literally, the triple moon represents the waxing, full and waning phases of the moon. The triple moon is also referred to as the Triple Goddess, representing the goddess in her three aspects of maiden, mother, and crone.
Small (3") silvertone bell with etched triquetra design. Popularized by the TV series Charmed, the triquetra can represent the three aspects of the goddess (maiden, mother, and crone), the three domains of earth as defined by celtic legend (sea, earth, and sky), and the aspects of mind, body and spirit. In the Celtic Christian church, the triquetra is also a symbol of the Holy Trinity (father, son and holy spirit). This celtic knot symbol is also sometimes called a triqueta.