Blessing the Deer Snail

Blessing the Deer Snail
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Weight:  25 g


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Brand:  OSM
Sculptor:  Byron Harmon
Material (Unpainted):  Metal

This scene features two hybrids meeting: a deer snail and crow nun. Is the snail a blessed creature of the forest welcomed by the Nun? The meaning and symbolism of this scene is lost on us modern viewers. What meaning will you give it on your game table? Or perhaps it will liven up your succulent arrangement? No wrong choices. 

[Citation?/Source? Ms. Douce 118 in the Bodleian Library, Oxford is a Psalter made for Joffroy dAspremont and his wife during the late 13th century [1]. Folio 12r ] 

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