Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Misfortune, Tsunami and more!

The Culture of Denmark

Nisse - Danish ornery-but-good male Christmas elf who acts like a little helper guarding animals and plays tricks on children.

crochet black CAT, amigurumi kitty, misfortune cat doll, stuffed little cat, Halloween black cat, miniature cat doll, tiny Halloween decor

Leprechaun OOAK art doll . Wee O.Gold . Fairy realm sculpt

This piece, although impressive, is probably not an authentic fetish but rather a contemporary invention. The Ewe fetishes, which acquire power through consecration and the addition of special substances, serve to protect their owners from misfortune, disease or evil spirits.

These magical roots often grow to look like the human form, and were often put on the mantle to protect a house from misfortune. This little mandragora is full of love and healing! Is has a big bushel of leaves on its head, made from knitted acrylic yarn that was then sewn together to give it a frayed look. It has a restful face for it mostly likes to sleep. Its legs are long and still have bits of root coming out of it. This is a fascinating doll, perfect for anyone who loves a bit of…

Africa | Ewe Fetish, Ghana | The Ewe fetishes, which acquire power through consecration and the addition of special substances, serve to protect their owners from misfortune, disease or evil spirits.