Copper Triple Moon Bowl 3"
A beautiful small offering bowl, which can also serve as an incense burner or trinket dish. It’s made of genuine antiqued copper and bordered with detailed embossed brass. The Triple Moon and Pentagram emblem is repeated three times around its circumference.
Use as a censer, chalice, cauldron, or offering bowl. If burning incense, charcoal or smudges inside the bowl, place some sand (not included) in the bottom of the bowl to absorb heat.
Material: Genuine copper, brass accents
Dimensions: 3 in (diameter) x 1.5 in (height)
Triple Moon Symbolism
This symbol represents the three phases of the moon—waxing, full, and waning. The moon phases are deeply symbolic of the cycles of life, and also of the Goddess in her three aspects of Maiden, Mother, and Crone. The first (left-hand) crescent stands for the waxing moon, and all its associations of new beginnings, new life, restoration and healing. The circle stands for the full moon, a time for passion, fertility, and powerful magic. The last (right-hand) crescent stands for the waning moon, a time to do banishing magic and allow the cycle to come to an end.