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Norse Goddess Freya Pagan Prayer Beads
Norse Goddess Freya Pagan Prayer Beads
Norse Goddess Freya Pagan Prayer Beads
Norse Goddess Freya Pagan Prayer Beads
Norse Goddess Freya Pagan Prayer Beads

Norse Goddess Freya Pagan Prayer Beads

Regular price £33.99 Sale

Norse Collection: Goddess Freya Prayer Beads


Freya was the Norse goddess of love, fertility and warfare and was famous for her beauty. She was connected to dragonflies which also represent transformation, adaptation and insight.

The prayer beads are 23" (57cm) long and have been handcrafted with amazonite gemstones, rainbow moonstone, howlite turquoise, faceted Czech crystals and antique silver plated charms.

One end of the prayer beads holds a beautiful artisan iridescent dragonfly wing charm (45x12mm) created in resin. A 3D Goddess Freya charm rests upon it.

From the other end hangs a detailed dragonfly charm (16x21mm).

Unique Pagan Prayer Beads

Pagan prayer beads are used for meditation, spell casting and focusing spiritual energies. They can be kept on display, used to decorate your home altar, carried in your pocket or bag, or kept safely in their box until you feel the call to use them.

My design here holds 40 beads divided by the numbers 3, 7, 9 and 21 - numbers I've chosen for their magickal and spiritual significance. 

Quality Artisan Beads & Gemstones

Amazonite has been chosen to heal and open the heart to enhance loving communication and assist in manifesting universal love.

Moonstone has been chosen to protect and bring good luck. It removes obstacles and provides guidance for ones spiritual path and is also thought to intensify feminine 'goddess' energy.

Turquoise has been chosen for wisdom, intuition, and unconditional love. It is thought to draw out negative vibrations and attract luck to the wearer.

Your prayer beads will arrive nicely gift boxed and tied with ribbon, ready to give as a gift or as a treat for yourself.

All of my jewellery is dispatched within 3 business days from the Highlands of Scotland, United Kingdom.