A Celtic fertility figure, shown in a birthing position. She is seen in various forms throughout the British Isles and the Norse world, but always in a squatting position, giving birth to new generations. Often found above doorways.
See http://www.ancestralacupuncture.com/blog-2/2015/1/20/voices-of-ancient-europe-jack-roberts for an indepth look at the symbolic meaning of Sheela Na Gigs.
Available in green, black, blue, rust or gold washes. May also be glazed or hand painted.