The Pre-Raphaelite Women of Magick story tiles center around themes, but are complete on a single tile, not a panel. Each tile is 8 x 6 inches. More tiles will be added to this set over time.
Waterhouse, The Sorceress
Sidney Harold Meteyard,
Half-Sick of Shadows
William Maw Egley,
The Lady of Shalott
Penelope and the Suitors
For three years, Penelope put off choosing a husband by saying that she must first finish weaving a shroud for Laertes. Each day she weaves and each night she unravels. This goes on until a treacherous maid reveals her secret but by then her true husband, Odysseus, is almost home.
Three Women Plucking a Mandrake
Also known as "Devil's Testicles", the Mandrake was the most important magical plant in the Middle Ages.In ancient Egypt, the mandrake was well-known and respected and appears in Ebers Papyrus (1700 BC), which lists more than 700 medicinal plants. It was thought to increase fertility (In the Bible, Rachel uses it in an attempt to conceive). It was also considered a potent aphrodisiac.
When dug, the Mandrake gives off an ear-piercing scream that kills anybody within earshot as it is pulled from the earth.
8x6 inch: $86 each
You can quick order Women of Magick story tiles. If you are order many tiles, or a combination of tiles, see How to Order Tile to take advantage of discounts and better shipping prices.
You can select story tiles from any of the Pre-Raphaelite Women of Magick 8 x 6 inch tiles on the Women of Magick pages.
After you've checked out, you'll be redirected to a page where you can tell me which tiles you've selected, ask any questions, and tell me about your project.
This only works for the US and Canada. For other countries, contact me so I can give you a shipping estimate.
Alternatively, you can also order a tile on a Keepsake Gift box. Most have locks and keys.
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