These wonderful ogham staves
are crafted in the way mentioned in the Irish myth of
Tochmarc Étaíne. In the story, a druid named Dalan
takes four "wands" of yew and carves the ogham symbols
upon them so that he may use them for divination.
Spirit of Old Ballymote
ogham staves are carved from ancestral Yew wood,
gathered from one of the many prehistoric barrows
scattered throughout ancient Wessex. They are pentagonal
in shape with the five symbols of an aicme inscribed
onto the spines. The four staves can be cast and the
uppermost ogham symbol read.
We work and play in the
ancient Celtic heartlands of Britain where the
Durotriges and Atrebates tribes ruled in prehistory.
Our Ballymote Ogham Staves are handcrafted ritual tools with
real Celtic soul, something with real spirit and as each
set is individually made, no two are ever the same.
Supplied with a
muslin bag - please see below for details of other bags,
Size: 4 inches/ 10 cm (approx.)
Item no: D163
Sometimes available to custom order - please email
email@example.com for availability