Wooden statue of the Norse goddess "Frigg" holding candles
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This handcrafted oak wood carving is ideal for decoration or for your altar. The figure comes with two matching square candle holders with Nordic ornaments.
Each statue and candle holder is unique and may differ from the product photo.
Frigg is considered the goddess of fertility, love and mother goddess, patron goddess of life and marriage, queen of heaven and high goddess of the Aesir. She is married to Odin and her father's name is Fjorgynn. She is the goddess of motherhood and is herself the mother of Balder, Hodor and Hermod. When she visits the earth with her husband Odin, she brings happiness to the houses.
Frigg is also the Queen of Asgard and supreme of the goddesses. Their home is called Fensalir, which means "Corridor of the Wetlands". Like Freya, she wears a falcon robe, and the figures of the two goddesses sometimes merge into one another in the sagas. Like Gefjon, Frigg possesses supreme knowledge of destiny, but refuses to speak of it. On the other hand, Odin had to undertake his extensive travels to gain all this wisdom.