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Jörmungandr, Ophis Pterotos, Giant (winged version) Serpent with Triple Goddess Moons stand
Jörmungandr, Ophis Pterotos, Giant (winged version) Serpent with Triple Goddess Moons stand
Jörmungandr, Ophis Pterotos, Giant (winged version) Serpent with Triple Goddess Moons stand
Jörmungandr, Ophis Pterotos, Giant (winged version) Serpent with Triple Goddess Moons stand
MyRitual Magical Things

Jörmungandr, Ophis Pterotos, Giant (winged version) Serpent with Triple Goddess Moons stand

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Jörmungandr or the Midgard Serpent (Old Norse: Miðgarðsormr), is the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and Loki whom tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard The serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the Earth and grasp its own tail. As a result, it received the name of World Serpent. In this version he has released his tail which means that Ragnarök will begin.

The OPHIS PTEROTOS (Winged Serpent) was a breed of feathery-winged snake that guarded the frankincense groves of Arabia. They were sometimes called Ophies Amphipterotoi. The fiery flying serpent is a variation of this creature mentioned in the Book of Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible or in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible.

This figure is finished in a bronze patina and when on its wood and 3D printed stand is about 14 cm tall, 15 cm wide, 9 cm deep and weighs around 50g.

All of our products are designed and individually 3D printed here in our home studio using a bio-safe, non-toxic, vegetable, wood fibre or sugar-cane based PLA. We then hand-finish each piece, usually smoothing and sanding them using a natural wood fibre material and then acrylic paints or glazes.  The cured finishes are non-toxic but the metallic finishes do have the actual metals in them. This is a clean and local process and our materials are selected from those made in Canada or the USA. We are 100% NOT “Made in China” and take some pride in that. Through careful research and testing, we have found a great way to get around the toxic resin and moulding processes used in most of the statues on the market.