Sacred Flame Cedar Wood Athame OOAK

This beautiful one of a kind Cedar Wood Athame is carved from a single piece of wood. It is has an amazing natural inclusion toward the handle/grip end that looks as if it may have been part of a natural faery ring in the tree. (Visible in all pictures, but have made a close up detail to show the ring from both sides.)
After the athame was carved, wood burning was applied to really enhance the piece. The designs which work together to create a unique design are individual and different on either side. The designs are in appearance similar to flames, waves, or curls in the smokey sense. In other terms the shape and feel of this athame would be similar to a Dirk or Dagger.
I carve and wood burn, and like to try out new ideas. An athame is a tool the practioners use, (Witches, Wiccans, etc.)to cut the energies around them at various times, or to draw a Circle of protection, for worship or workings. Athames are not as a rule meant for physical work, i.e. cutting herbs, cords, stirring liquids. I thought that being the case why not try my hand at wooden ones, and now here we are. This athame is made of a single piece of cedar wood. first carved and sanded, the woodburned for coloration and decoration. Pictures are of both sides of the Athame and it's handsewn pouch.
For sale at our ETSY Shop The Spellling Bee : http://www.etsy.com/listing/77903129/athame-cedar-wood-witch-wizard-pagan

Price is $26.00 U.S. plus shipping $2.50 U.S., $1.25 with another item within the U.S.A. ( $5.00 U.S.D shipping elsewhere, $3.00 eleswhere with another item)

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Comment by The Witch, Besom, and The Bee on February 27, 2012 at 11:41am

Thank you for the compliment,  Madiline. Bright Blessings, ~M.

Comment by Madiline Bauer on February 27, 2012 at 9:57am

Love this!

Comment by The Witch, Besom, and The Bee on June 16, 2011 at 7:45am
 Yes, I'm really proud of this one. I love making the athames out of cedar they shape up nicely and give off a delicious scent when you burn the designs in. Each kind of wood has it's own fragrance, I love the smell of oak that I sometime use to make wands and some runes out of, it has a spicy aroma. Thank you for being interested. ~M
Comment by WarMouse -Manager- on June 16, 2011 at 12:32am
LOVE! especially like that it is made of Cedar!

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