In Irish mythology, The Morrigan is a Goddess of Battle associated with fate, birth and death and is otherwise known as the Phantom Queen or the Great Queen, both appropriate epithets, as she often appears in the guise of a crow. The Morrigan is depicted here wearing a high slit gray skirt, black textured halter and Celtic knotwork embossed belt, holding a sword and ready for battle. A crow swoops down to perch on the soft landing of her open palm. Her hair is long with two braids in the front and worn loose, allowing her wavy tendrils to flow freely. Intricately sculpted in cold cast resin, the statue is hand painted to bring out the amazing detail. Measuring 10.5 inches high, 6.25 inches long, and 3 inch wide, it’s a striking piece rich with Celtic symbols and a must-have piece for any followers of nature religions.