Blood Red Witch Ball in Gunmetal
A delicate-yet-sturdy blown glass orb striped in a spiralling red hues is crowned with layers of gunmetal filigree, weighted with a faceted garnet stone, and hung from a gunmetal chain.
- Glass ball measures just under 1" with a 5" chain
- A perfect size for a portable altar or hanging by your work station, a cubicle at work, or any small corner that could use a bit of blessing
- Comes with a suction hook for hanging on glass surfaces
- Choose for preference (with pentagram or without) from the drop down menu
- The last photo shows both the pentagram and garnet options
- In England, witch balls were traditionally blessed by a wise woman and hung from a window or mantle for protection against malevolence
I was inspired to make this after seeing a witch ball in the "moorland cottage" room of the Castle Museum in York. The museum has myriad recreations of domesticity throughout the ages. Every object had at least one use, if not three or four. But there in the window-- something mysterious and glamorous, even! A glass ball, decoupaged with roses. I, like many unseelies before me, was certainly mesmerized by it. This is my take on the witch ball-- made with love and mindfulness.
What happy customers have said about this witchball:
"I have this hanging on a living room window. It catches the afternoon sun, and shoots tiny shafts of red around the room."
"This little witch ball hangs from the beam over the fireplace, it is so dainty, lots of detail very pretty."
All my jewellery is made by hand by my partner Mike and myself in a converted 18th century naval school on the wild North coast of Scotland. All pieces come gift wrapped.