Black & Gold Crow Raven Statue
Oracle. Battle crow.
Crow and Raven are shape-shift forms of the goddess (especially Morrigan, Rhiannon, and Nanosuelta) and were considered oracles due to their distinctive voices. They were called Cathubodva or "Raven of Battle" in many Celtic myths.
Called by the Irish Badbh Catha, this Raven Goddess is perhaps transporting the seed-soul of the famed warrior demigod Cu Chulainn.
[reproduced from the Felmingham Hall hoard, Norfolk, England.]
This gypsumstone statue measures approximately 5.75" tall x 8" wide and features a black gold color finish.
Image Source: Sacred Source