Owl with amethyst stoned belly, perched upon a tree branch. Known in Native American superstition Owl represents sacred knowledge. Traditionally associated as being sacred to the Goddess Bloduewedd.
The Sumerians called the owl the ukuku. “May the ukuku, the bird of depression, make its nest in your gateways, established for the Land”
In the Middle Ages in Europe, the owl had became the associate of witches and the inhabitant of dark and profane places.
1 1/4" x 2" at its widest points. Sizes may vary.