A beautiful Deer Trod plaque by Angie Da Silva, reminiscent of a Goddess who followed the hidden paths and trackways taken by roaming reindeers as they moved to new grown forests, there being a sacred connectedness to the land and the secrets it revealed.
This antlered Goddess is a reminder of the ancestral memories locked in your DNA, ones that will lead you along your own path if you open yourself up to the mystery of life, it being an intuitive approach, one that tells you when and where to go, and when and where to act (the book, Statue In The Square delivers seven lessons that enable you to do this, and Costa Del Social is a philosophical insight into developing your own relationship with the unseen powers of Nature).
Exclusive to Fuelled by Female, this playful dolls’ face sits in a silver mount with a copper back. The antlers are crafted from copper too. The piece itself is mounted on beech wood foraged from the wild woodland at the back of Higherford Mill, in Barrowford, the wood itself containing secrets of life that traverse generations. A hook on the back of the plaque ensure ease of placing this on a wall, either in your home, a log cabin, or some other special place that reignites your desire for a more harmonious approach to life.
Length of mount – 2.75 inch, width (at the widest point) – 2 inch,
Length of dolls face mount – 1.5 inch.
The colours on this piece are simply stunning.