Copper and Brass Offering Bowl, Altar Offering Bowl, Witch's Offering Bowl, Offering Bowl for Magick, Triquetra Offering Bowl
Offering bowls are used to hold herbs, possibly grains like rice, stones and other items for your deities. The offering bowls on my alter are generally filled at the new moon with items appropriate to either specific spell work, or to the holiday coming in that month. For example this month in August I might have rice, Bulgar wheat, tumbled Citrine and Quartz and Calendula, to celebrate Lammas/Lughnasadh and the first of the harvests.
This is a really lovely little copper bowl for offerings on your alter. If you prefer, you can add sand to it and use it as a granular and powder incense burner with charcoal - but heat will likely turn the bright, pretty copper dark. To preserve the pretty finish, use it to create money bowls, other ritual bowls or as a offering receptacle for gifts to your deities!
This bowl has brass accents and a brass triquetra repeated around the outside. A popular Celtic symbol found on tools and decor for Celtic Witches, the triquetra shows and endless knot. The origin of the triquetra is not known, but it has been seen on Irish artifacts for many centuries.
Petite bowl is 3" tall, and 4" in diameter. Perfect for any altar, whether with or without space constraints.
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