Awitch ballis a hollow glass ball traditionally hung in cottage windows in 17th and 18th century Englandto ward off evil spirits, black magick, bad luck and evil spirits.
The Witches ball continues to hold great superstition with regard to warding off evil spirits in certain areas of England and the United States. Examples of the Witches ball in use can be seen in the windows of houses throughout the counties anywhere from small rural villages to coastal towns and cities.
These glass Witches Balls contain Spanish moss, forest moss, lichen and purple moss along with rosemary, jasmine flower buds, lavender sprigs and 2 clear quartz points with a protective pentacle charm.
They measure 3 inches high and 8 inches around the middle and are roughly the size of a tennis ball.
You can hang your witches ball above a door or window, as a decoration on a Yule tree, or anywhere you need protection from negative, draining and toxic energies.