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The Cauldron is a symbol of the womb of the goddess, and of rebirth. Traditionally they were used for cooking and or boiling liquids over an open fire.
The witch mania of the Late Middle Ages spread through communities in two dimensions—it was experienced through real accusations, trials, and executions, and it was consumed visually, through illustrated books, pamphlets, and broadsheets.
The cauldron measures at 5.5 cm high and 5 cm wide. It is made using ash wood and VOC free stain.