Cauldrons were practical tools found in almost any home, magic and mundane alike. However, they do hold significance for a witch - the cauldron represents the Goddess and her womb, the process of transformation and can be used in ritual to represent the water and fire elements.
This large copper cauldron features three inset raccoon teeth, as well as a large, dark green bloodstone, held in place by copper "bubbles" forming over the bottom.
The entire piece measures about 1.5 x 1.5 inches and comes on a 30-inch antiqued copper chain.
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