Svarog Candle Holder
Slavic regions are full of mystic creatures and gods that inhabit these areas. Even though it’s polytheistic, Slavic mythology has only one supreme god. This absolute god is the one to whom all the other ones subordinate, a god called Svarog.
Svarog was considered as the creator and master of all other gods, even though he was never strong and powerful as Perun. He was also the lord of Svarge (word Svarga in Sanskrit means heaven). To Slavic people, Svarga meant something like the world of gods and dead. According to some historians, he has two sons, Daždbog or Dabog sun god, and Svarožić. Svarog is associated with the sky, forging iron and fire. Comparing it with the Greek Uranus and Hephaestus (blacksmith god). According to legend Svarog coined the sun and put it in the sky. - slavorum
These self standing candle holders are a natural transition of our wall sconces, bringing them to the tabletops and shelves in your home.
Each one is distressed, wood burned and stained by hand. Made of poplar wood.
Displayed here is the Black Walnut finish.
Dimensions are: W5.25 x H7.75 x D4.24
Priced per piece.