The Aradia Queen of Witches Statue depicts Aradia, the Queen of Witches, first named as such in the Gospel of Witches by Leland. Made from cold-cast bronze, this hand-painted statue depicts the mythical queen of witches.
Aradia stands in front of a half arch. Her head is tilted back while she holds a book in her left hand and an orb in her right hand. She wears a flowing pink dress. Her accessories include a crescent-moon crown, a necklace, and a belt.
Meanwhile, a flowering vine wraps around the bottom of the arch. A cat sits at Aradias feet. At the base of the statue, there is a small plaque that reads Aradia. This statue makes a great addition to any Wiccan decor or statue collection.
- Depicts the witch queen Aradia
- Features the name at the bottom
- Highly detailed
- Richly colored
- Great Wiccan decor piece
- Made from cold-cast bronze
- Length: 6.1 Inches
- Width: 4.5 Inches
- Height: 9.9 Inches
Measurements are approximate.