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    From our new Goddess Collection  

    Designed and inspired with the love energy of the goddess Clíodhna in full flow. To read more on Clíodhna see the story from www.talesfromthewood.ie below. 

    This bespoke dried floral piece is created and made to order, so the flow, shape and structure of each piece is unique. There are a generous selection of stems hand tied and presented in a gorgeous dusty pink ceramic vase.This forever bloom arrangement comes in a beautiful textured ceramic vase, I have selected the three floral ingredients to represent her three birds and the connections to the other worlds.

    Scented Eucalyptus - keeping us earthed and grounded to our place in the world.
    Lavender Pampas Grass - remembering our light and softness, flying high like a bird in the skies, fluffy and dream like taking our mood up to the skies. 

    Lunaria/Honesty - Named after the grandmother moon and represents honesty, sincerity and protection.  

    This beauty is sure to add light and depth to any interior space.   

    This is a generous sized piece - Dimensions are approx. 60 cm tall and 30 cm wide. Luxurious handmade ceramic textured vase. Stems need to be gently loosened when unpacking from delivery. 

    Please note the ingredients the designer chooses may vary as each arrangement is made with bespoke for you, our designer chooses her stems with the following in mind by shape, style, colour balance and energy of the piece. As such all of these elements can vary. 

    Carefully selected blooms, packed with care, and sent with love. Delivered with a personalised greeting card.

    Nationwide delivery available. 

    The Goddess Clíodhna words and story from Shelly at Tales from the Wood - there aren't many figures in Irish mythology that capture the imagination quite like the Goddess Clíodhna. Said to have been the most beautiful woman in the world, Clíodhna is a Goddess of love, and Queen of the Banshees in Ireland. She herself is considered a powerful Banshee, and her realm is in South Munster, particularly County Cork where the tales of her deeds are deeply rooted in the folklore of the area.The stories of Clíodhna are fascinating in their contrasting tones, and really add to the sense of intrigue that surrounds her. In some she is a loving figure, while in others she is dark and dangerous. This mixture of representations makes her one of the most interesting Irish mythological figures.

    The Three Birds of Clíodhna - Clíodhna lived in the divine realm of Tír na nÓg and had three brightly coloured birds that surrounded her at all times. The birds were in possession of magical healing powers, having eaten apples from one of the sacred trees in Tír na nÓg. The story goes that if you were afflicted with sickness or injury, the birds would sing to you and lull you to sleep. Upon awakening, your ailments would be healed