Carys Martin Ceramics
Ritual Echoes of an Ancient Past Ritual Smudge Kit
The Ritual Smudge kit is a unique combination of organically grown ancient herbs and a unique clay dish (approx diameter 16-18cm) with uniquely carved designs or intricate layered glazes, handmade with love over many hours, days and weeks and finished with 12 carat gold
The selected herbs are organically grown on Draper Farm North West of Brisbane, then are picked, dried and bundled with much love and care, just for you. Our smudge sticks are tightly bundled, giving them a slow and consistent burn and making them much easier to stub out. You will get many uses out of each smudge stick
Our Ritual set includes Smudge stick and clay dish. Our smudge stick is a unique combination containing three sacred plants from the indigenous American medicine wheel - White Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass. These herbs represent South, North and West. Smudging this blend is known to send you protection, positivity and renewal, attract angels and spirit guides to watch over and protect you.
The Ritual Set comes packaged in a gorgeous keep sake eco-friendly hand printed box and a Carys Oracle Card which has been specially picked for the new owner
This special Handmade Ritual Clay Dish is inspired by the landscape high on the fells in Northern England. You will find large boulders and sheets of bedrock that have rock carvings of spirals, circles and cups and rings. These carvings can also be found carved into the rocks in passage graves, on standing stones and across Ireland and Brittany. They date back to up to 6000 years ago and their meanings are not fully understood.
What we do know is that they carry the touch and message of those that made them. The sites where they can be found have a feeling in the air that is sacred, their positioning is not by chance but planned to coincide with the cycles of the seasons, sun and moon. They bare the mark of rituals that made sense of the world around and aimed to take control and bring order to the potential chaos that is life.