Dagda King of Tuatha De Danann
The Dagda, or “good god,” was a Celtic deity and the club-wielding chief of the Irish Tuatha dé Danann.
Highly skilled and wise beyond measure, he was associated with fertility, agriculture, life, and death. He wielded three sacred treasures: a cauldron of plenty, a club of life and death, and a harp that controlled men and seasons alike, all of which can be seen in this image.
⛥ Bronze Celtic Deity Figurine.
⛥ Cast in the finest resin.
⛥ Lovingly hand-painted.
⛥ Size 15.5 x 16.5 x 18.5cm