This is by far one of the biggest and most detailed wall altar I have ever made. It has a split dedication which is for the Spirit of Icelandic magick and the Raven Spirit. The Raven bones were naturally sourced by a Witch in Ukraine. The two larger bones are mounted on Pacific coast driftwood from Oregon. Below the Raven bones burned onto the wood is a Stave I created I call Hrafn Vísindi ok Vísa which means Raven knowledge/wisdom and guide/watch over. The purple mussel shells with barnacles came from Iceland and I used nine to represent the Nine worlds of the Yggdrasil. Also decorated on this wall altar are sand dollars from Cape Cod, an Icelandic sunstone, Agate slices from Oregon, sacred beach stones from the Salish sea and naturally sourced raven feathers from the same Witch in Ukraine.
The shelf has burned around the edge the Icelandic Runes and decorated with handmade wrought iron nails. Included with this wall altar are extra bones from the Raven and hardware needed to mount it.
Dimensions are approximately 23 inches (58.4 cm) by 21.5 inches (54.6 cm) and the shelf is 6 inches (15.2 cm) deep.