Wonderful Witchy Wares

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Double sided Bookmark

A bookmark based on two signs from the early days of the Museum.

£1.00

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Talisman Car Sticker

A car sticker featuring a talisman traditionally used for protection.

£1.50

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Wheel of the Year Window Sticker

A colourful stained glass style sticker.

£4.00


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Museum Mug

A mug featuring one of the signs from the early days of the Museum.

£8.00

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Cornish Witch Car Sticker

An entertaining sticker that combines a flying witch with the Cornish flag.

£1.50

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Museum Pencil

A black pencil with the Museum logo in gold.

£1.00

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Blessed Be Rowan Charm

A heart-shaped charm with rowan berries and a pentacle.

£8.50

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Museum Witchbottle

Based on the beardy faced Bellarmine jar design –  objects 14 and 221 in the museum collection,this delightful sturdy hand thrown pottery witch bottle, is made in Boscastle.  Although traditionally used to remove a witches curse, this 21st century version, including the museum logo awaits the imagination of its new owner as to it’s purpose.

As this is a handcrafted item, the colour may vary slightly from the example shown.

£30.00

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Hare Statuette

A miniature Japanese-style statuette of a moon-gazing hare.

£7.00

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Poppet Pincushion

A humorous witchy pincushion.

£5.00

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Cat Statuette

Miniature Egyptian-style statuette of a cat.

£7.00

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Witch Door (Large)

A wickedly amusing miniature door made specially for the Museum.

£14.00

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Owl Statuette

A miniature Greek-style statuette of an owl.

£7.00

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Stang top with candle holder and shoe

In witchcraft a staff with a forked top is known as a stang, and in some traditions symbolises the Horned God. We now have two designs of this iron stang top, for fixing to the top of a wooden staff. Both have an elegantly curved horn-shape, and were hand-forged on Bodmin Moor. This new design (£35) has a holder for a candle and both come with a cylindrical iron shoe to protect and ground the bottom of the staff, as all stangs should be shod in iron.
The stang top is approximately 13.5cm (5″) tall and 9cm (3.5″) across, and the internal diameter of the part that fixes to the staff is approximately 2cm. It has a hole to secure it to the staff with a nail or screw.

£35.00