Slavic Statuary

So I’ve posted before on how I was having trouble finding physical representations of my deities. Being that they are Slavic…there aren’t main stream companies that make images. So I’ve been doing lots of searching. I finally found a few places that sell the things I’m looking at getting. Some sell wooden statues, others embroidered cloth, or jewelry. – Basically, I hit a treasure trove by accident.

I’m figuring out what is most crucial for me to buy, and making sure I have the money to afford it. But this is an exciting development. Once I decide on what I’m buying, and I’ve read a few more reviews to make sure who I’m looking at are reputable online sellers, I’ll give some more details.

Happy news on the hunt for Slavic items.


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I'm a bibliophile who loves collecting books. Definite cat person. Amateur historian and major geek, who loves all things Tolkien and Star Trek. I'm also fluent in German.

One thought on “Slavic Statuary

  1. You can also go the icon route. Galina Krassnikova has a prayer card project that she is working on with a number of artists. She also needs sponsors for the artists. (Ganglieri’s Grove is her blog on WordPress) She is Heathen; but, is most respectful of all pantheons. I have met her personally and can vouch for her.


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