Celtic tree calendar
Symbolism:The wild sorb, whose red fruits always attract birds, is also called the bird-catcher in France, and is regarded as a tree of life. It is said that it protects from flashes and magic spells, and its rods are used to find metals. This magic aspect seems to be confirmed by the fact that sorbs can still be found at the edge of prehistoric stone circles, the cromlechs. The sorb can be associated with fire (the Candlemas festival , known among Celts through the name of Imbolc, February 2, was dedicated to the goddess Brigid, a luminous goddess).
Description: Folding greetings card, printed on one side, dimension 10,5x14,5cm (dimension when open 21x14,5cm) on a paper 160g, PEFC certified. Sold under a protective blister, with its white fabric-like enveloppe, and an explicative file. Made in France. Design also available as a matted print on this website.