Yuletide Shopping Guide – Northern Europe Products – Part 1
I created the Yuletide Shopping Guide in part because Yule is one of my favorite times of year. The guide features items polytheists would enjoy seeing in their homes or under their tree this yuletide. All with the hope of spreading some holiday cheer in a difficult year by finding items that can help feed our devotions within our polytheistic traditions, but also to hopefully along the way lift up some of the artisans in our midst too.
So far I’ve included resources for crafters, makers, and DIYers: cookie cutters, crafting molds, fabric (Mesoamerican, Egyptian, Greek, Northern Europe), machine embroidery designs, cross-stitch and embroidery patterns, as well as knitting and crochet patterns. I’ve also highlighted some items on a Krampus theme. I’ve spotlighted items you can use to deck the halls and trim the tree.
Check out the Greco-Roman themed products relevant to devotees of Cultus Deorum and Hellenismos, and the Egyptian themed products ( Part 1 & Part 2 ) relevant to devotees of Kemetism.
There were some artists and artisans who offered a range of product across pantheons, or whose work focuses on a tradition that I didn’t have enough items to spotlight on its own. So I highly recommend that you carefully peruse the spotlighted artists and artisans in my miscellaneous Part 1, & Part 2. You will find offerings encompassing a vast array of traditions: Norse, Slavic, Celtic, Roman, Greek, Egyptian, Hindu, Polynesian, Mesoamerican, Minoan, Assyrian, Sumerian, Welsh, Asian, Native American/Inuit, and more!
Today will be the first installment of Northern Europe themed products relevant for fellow Northern Tradition polytheists.
WhereTheGodsLive features work made from horn, antlers, and occasionally bone.
UK based artist Samantha Chilton’s online store front SJChilton presents religious statues of deities in sculpted plaster. Their work primarily focuses on the Norse Gods and Goddesses, but occasionally they’ll have items for other polytheists too. Check out her depiction of the Disir.
NorsemanArts offers handmade Norse pagan crafts in horn, born and wood.
KykvendiByK is the online store front for a a talent French based artist whose chosen medium is bronze. Focusing primarily on Norse themes, they do have a small scattering of other traditions represented too.
AgaBlochArt is an Ireland based artist making handmade linocut prints and cards. While she tackles a few different subject matter, she has several prints of the Norse Gods and Goddesses.
Ukraine based Artrada offers hand carved wooden statues (and the occasional box) of the Gods and Goddesses. Most of their work is of Northern Tradition deities, but you’ll find a small scattering of Slavic and Celtic representations too.
Stay tuned for more installments!
Posted on December 9, 2020, in Yuletide Shopping Guide and tagged Aesir, Brokkr, Celtic God, Dagda, Disir, Dwarves, Eir, Eitri, Epona, Freya, Goddess, Heathen, Heathenry, Heimdall, Huginn, Idunna, Mjolnir, Morrigan, Muninn, njord, Norns, Norse Goddess, Norse Gods, Northern tradition, Pagan, Polytheism, Ran, ravens, Sigyn, Skuld, Slavic God, Sol, Sun Goddess, Sunna, Thor, Urd, Vanir, Veles, Verdande, Yule, Yuletide Shopping Guide. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
I have Kykvendi’s Sunna necklace. ^_^
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I want that badly.
I’ve got several of their pieces and really love their work.
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Well he told me he does plan to do a Mani! ❤
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