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Ibarra - 55" Elm Broom

Ibarra - 55" Elm Broom

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"Ibarra" is the name this broom has been letting me know she wants to be called for weeks and I am only now listening. The name kept coming to me every time I looked at her, but for some reason I thought I was just making it up. When I went to take photos of her today, she was practically screaming it, so Ibarra it is!

Ibarra is a Basque-language surname meaning "valley" or "plain by the river".

Ibarra is one-of-a-kind. Once she is ordered, this listing will be removed.


Ibarra is a 55" Elm broom with a delightfully crooked handle that soooo suits her quirky personality. She is a trickster and a joy.

Orpheus of Greek Mythology rescued Eurydice from the Underworld by enchanting everyone there with his harp music. After rescuing her, he played her a love song at which spot the first stand of Elm trees sprung up.

In addition to Orpheus, Elm is associated with the gods Odin, Hoenin, and Lodr.

In Celtic myth, Elm is known to have a special relationship with elves. 

Elm is the Arbitrator that listens without judgment and is related to the planets Mercury and Saturn. It is associated with the element of Water. 

As your companion, Elm will be your guide in communication and relationships. It is associated with diplomacy and peaceful conflict resolution, and protects against lightning strikes. 

In English Folklore, Elm is also known as Elven and English Elm.

Elm is known to energize the mind and balance the heart. It attracts love, protects, and increases psychic powers.

In England, Elm used to be used in coffins, and it can still be found in graveyards in ancient Greece. Elm trees are also was found in the underworld and at the crossroads leading to the faery world.

Ibarra was born on May 15, 2024.

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