This group of photographs is included to show the large variety of works that Myth and Magic encompasses. Since they are all one-of-a-kind, this portfolio has been assembled to showcase the more unusual pieces
Siberian Jet hand engraved
Hand engraved raven on Siberian Jet, set with Baltic Amber in the center of the Wheel of the Year
Truly unique, this mirror was created specifically for ritual use. The copper frame is hand engraved with a pentacle, and the reverse side has "Honor the Gods" in Elder Futhark. It includes a specially constructed velvet (satin-lined) pouch.
All assembly and engraving done freehand by Wren
This piece of Siberian Jet was cut, shaped and polished by Wren. She then hollowed out a space to set the labradorite cabochon, which she engraved with the embryonic dragon. The final touch was to engrave "Reyn til runa" which roughly translates to "Seek toward the Mysteries"
Madagascar Labradorite hand engraved with spiralling snake design, then colored with a blue enamel which echoes the blue flash.
This is a highly polished sphere of Mongolian Jet, engraved with a symbol of Hecate. A Bangkok ruby is set in the center.
Fashioned from the bill of a Hawaiian swordfish; handle wrapped in hemp. Engraved with Celtic Ogham along with symbols for Pele and petroglyphs for Priestess and Priest. Decorated with beach glass from Hawaii. All elements are represented: the alchemical symbol for Air on the tip; Fire in the Ohia Lehua blossom at base; Earth as the central line, and Water as the flanking lines.
Fey-friendly, this blade can be used to call in the Fair Folk. Blade hand-fashioned in copper; assembly of handle of jet: cut, shaped, polished and engraved by Wren. Design of red and white dragons have Baltic amber set within the tail tips.
The tattoo artist really "got it" on this one, and his rune linework is exquisite. The appropriate herb is entwining a message of physical achievement and excellence.
Bind rune composed by Wren
This one-of-a-kind necklace has the entire Ogham alphabet engraved by Wren. The symbols are on petrified wood, interspersed with Jet beads.