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Vegvísir Tree Altar Tile

$7.50
Quantity: 1

These Vegvísir Tree Altar Tiles are perfect for adorning your altar with Norse magick and are available exclusively from Inked Goddess Creations.

The Vegvísir is a Norse symbol representing the Viking Compass and is said to possess special powers. In Norse tradition, it is believed that the Vegvisir would guide their ships to safety, and prevent the Vikings who were sailing from ever losing their way.

You can use a Vegvísir Tree Altar Tiles to welcome Norse magick to your altar space. It also can be used as a charging plate on your altar, or an offering plate for your Norse deities.

Vegvísir Tree Altar Tiles are at least 4" in diameter with rustic, natural edges. Each order is for ONE tile. Please note that nature is not uniform, so you will not get the one pictured here, and your tile may have breaks, natural striations, etc that natural wood has.

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Metaphysical properties of Inked Goddess Creations products are not guaranteed; I supply the tools, you supply the magick. Products should not be used in place of proper professional advice or treatment. If skin irritation occurs with body products, discontinue use immediately. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Internal use of herbs is not recommended, especially without having first consulted a certified herbalist.

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Elizabeth Cecil
Very unique

This is such a unique piece to add to my alter. However, the Vegvísir symbol is off to the side and not the middle. The edge was also chipped but that's ok. I still love it.

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Elizabeth Cecil
Very unique

This is such a unique piece to add to my alter. However, the Vegvísir symbol is off to the side and not the middle. The edge was also chipped but that's ok. I still love it.