Fused glass wall ornament Hedgehog is a cute addition to your cozy home.
- Materials: glass, wire, twine, paint
- Size: approx. 3.5″ x 2.5″ (8cm x 6cm), weight 1.49 oz (45g)
Fused glass wall ornament Hedgehog is the sweetest thing in the world giving loves to everyone!
It is adorable and definitely seeking your attention everyday.
So this design is sure to make anyone smile!
Symbolic Meaning of the Hedgehog:
Those with the hedgehog as their animal totem know how to take care of themselves. And do so with grace and style. We make this association by observing the hedgehog when it is threatened. It packs itself tightly in a neat little ball, exposing some lethal looking quills. Any predator who takes a bite of this prickly morsel will spit it right back out.
Same goes with those who honor the hedgehog as their totem – these people always land on their feet and go through challenges with the same calm.
This little creature packs a powerful symbolic punch with animal symbolism including. And it’s connecting with the deeper meaning of the hedgehog will restore your own power supply.
Further, central Asia and parts of Iran associated agricultural abundance, fertility and the gift of fire to the hedgehog. In these cultures it is considered a solar power animal, and is strongly connected to the energy and vitality of the sun. This may be further understood when we think of the hedgehog’s splayed spikes look much like the spanning rays of the sun.
Being a nocturnal creature, the symbolism of the hedgehog deals with intuition, psychic ability, prophetic dreams and visions. This is because the night deals with concepts that are cloaked in shadow – a realm that is not altogether clear. That the hedgehog’s active time is at night is symbolic of “second sight.”
Another testimony to its spiritual power is the hedgehog’s natural resistance to snake venom. This is carries extreme importance with many native European tribes and is seen as a symbol of victory over evil. Also this attribute is a portent of resurrection, life after death, or defeating death completely.