Web of Wyrd Offering Bowl
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The Matrix of Fate (also known as the Web of Wyrd or Skuld’s Net) is made of nine interwoven staves that, as its own name reveals, represent destiny. This magical symbol also contains all the runes of the Norse Alphabet.
- Handmade product, every bowl is unique.
- Long-lasting pyrographed design (scroll down to see care instructions)
- Made of basswood, very lightweight and soft.
- Measurements: 5cm x 15 cm diameter.
Current processing time: 3-5 business days.
- Designed in Ireland
- Made with High-Quality Materials
- Secure Registered Shipping
About the Matrix of Fate
The Matrix of Fate, best known as the Web of Wyrd or Skuld’s Net, is a modern symbol (or at least there aren’t any pieces of evidence of its Viking origin for now) based on the Norse notion of destiny. In Norse mythology, the fate is built by the Norns, a group of three women that weave the past, present and future.
If you have a close look at this Matrix, you will see each of the runes too.
What is an offering bowl?
An offering bowl is used as part of an altar to hold different offerings to a chosen deity (for example herbs, crystals, coins…) If you don’t worship any gods or goddesses, this bowl can also be used as a way to keep little trinkets, jewellery or simply as a decorative piece in your space.
The bowl has been treated with varnish, but please don’t put liquids in it, as they can stain the wood. Keep it in a dry place, preferably out of direct sunlight and clean with a dry cloth.