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Witch Balls

Witch Balls


Originating among cultures where harmful magic and those who practiced it were feared., witch balls were hung in cottage windows in the 17th and 18th centuries to ward off evil spirits, witches, evil spells, ill fortune and bad spirits. They are one of many folk practices involving objects for protecting the household. Witch balls may be hung in an eastern window, placed on top of a vase or suspended by a cord. They may also be placed on sticks in windows or hung in rooms where inhabitants wanted to ward off evil.

A witch ball looks like a Christmas tree bauble however the powerful qualities bestowed within outweigh adornment. 


In stock or order custom-made.

Large $35

Small $25


Pick up locally ACT/QBN at Macarthur. Postage available. 


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