“From Murias was brought the Cauldron of the Dagda. No company ever went away from it unsatisfied.”
This talisman medallion proudly displays the Dagda and His Cauldron, in original designs based on ancient Celtic and pre-Celtic images. The Dagda, whose name is a title meaning “the Good God”, is found in Irish mythology, but His cognates can be traced throughout Celtic and Indo-European ancestral cultures. His objects of power, the vessel of endless plenty which fed and renewed all, and the great club or hammer, which killed with one end and brough the dead to life with the other, are found together in the hands of the Gaulish Sucellos, and a similar image is found in the ithyphallic Cerne Abbas Giant in Britain. Our design incorporates elements of all of these, along with a beautiful decorated cauldron directly drawn from the stone cauldron found in the great mound at Knowth, near Newgrange, in the region known as the home of the Dagda.
Carry this gorgeous copper medallion to invoke the endless power of renewal and sustenance of the Dagda’s Cauldron, the striking and reviving power of His mighty club, and the ancestral power of the Tuatha Dé.
Talisman is etched in 18-gauge copper, 1.5″ in diameter.
Our copper talismans are hand etched in small runs with careful attention. Talismans are individually hand-detailed, so each pendant is slightly different and unique. We hang them on leather cord hand-woven into a Celtic-style knotwork ornament. The artist, Morpheus, personally consecrates all the talismans on her home altar.
Special & Custom Orders: If you are interested in ordering a set of any of our etched metal talismans for a coven, ritual group, warband, or other group, please feel free to contact us for special orders. We can usually create to order for most needs within 1-2 weeks. We can also produce custom work from your designs. Please email for details and quotes on special requests.