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Cauldrons have appeared within mythology, mystical lore, and even traditional stereotypes for hundreds of years. Today, we frequently use them in Wicca and other traditions much as they were described in Celtic mythology, where they represented tools of rebirth and renewal. The Cauldron can also represent the womb of the Goddess, and therefore can be used within fertility rites and the assorted rituals we might use seeing spiritual growth and enlightenment. On the practical side of things, they can be used for offerings and make for a handy incense burner as well!
  1. 3 3/4" Cauldron/ Burner ashtray
  1. Witch's Cauldron by Laura Tempest Zakroff
  1. Cast Iron Cauldron Mortar and Pestle Set
  1. Brass Cauldron with Screen Burner 2"
  1. To Stir A Magick Cauldron  by Silver Ravenwolf
  1. 2 1/2" Oval cast iron cauldron
  1. 1 3/4" Oval cast iron cauldron
  1. 5" Cast iron cauldron w/ lid
  1. 8" cast iron cauldron w/ lid
  1. Triquetra Cast Iron Cauldron w/Lid 2 3/4"
  1. Triple Moon Kettle 2 3/4"
  1. Plain cast iron cauldron  w/ lid 2 3/4"
  1. Pentagram Kettle 4"
  1. Pentagram Cast Iron Cauldron w/ Lid 2 3/4"
  1. Celtic Brass Cauldron 3"
  1. Cast Iron Cauldron 3"
  1. 3" Triple Moon cast iron cauldron w/ lid