Celtic Greenman Foilage Altar Box
Green Man altar box unique and limited
Celtic Greenman Foilage Altar Box!

Metaphysical Spiritual Tarot & Altar Boxes

Free Name Engraving on this Pagan Greenman Altar Box
Unique Greenman altar box! Delicate Burning!

Celtic Greenman and Foilage is wood burned by hand for lasting beauty!

Tight Fitting Box Edge
Routed Edge Design!

This Greenman altar box measures 9” X 7”. The Greenman altar box can be utilized for tarot, runes, ritual tools, circle focus or keep sake box. No matter what you keep inside, the Greenman altar box makes an attractive addition to any table or counter. This Greenman altar box is an excellent protection for your home, as well as its own contents.

Tight Fitting Box Edge
Routed Edge Design!

No metal is used in the final assembly of this Greenman altar box, as some believe that metal can interfere with the flow of energies.

This Greenman altar box is hand crafted by DragonOak, "one who walks the pagan path". DragonOak has studied methods of divination for over 20 years and now brings forth hand crafted items that are fitting for those seeking spiritual enlightenment. This box is designed to honor the long history of the Greenman with the hope that the balance of nature can still be restored.

Natural stains and finishes are used to protect the wood and highlight the beauty of wood and the features of the Greenman.

Looking for something custom designed? Feel free to email me and lets see what we can do for you! Looking for wholesale pricing, contact: GYPSY BETH
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Please review our **Policy Statement** All products are handcrafted to order. Please allow sufficient time for your product(s) to be built and finished. If you have any further questions once you have reviewed our policy, feel free to email **Gypsy Beth**

The Greenman represents the diving and our connection to nature. The Greenman has a long history and considered holy by many of the earth religions of Europe. Free name personalization in theban, hieroglyphs, runic, or old english scripts.