Statues



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3" Ganesh Sitting Brass Statuette

3" Ganesh Sitting Brass Statuette

Portraying the Hindu God Ganesh, the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Beginnings, this solid brass statuette is a delight. The elephant-headed god is shown in exquisite detail within the traditional pose of meditation. Born to earth as the son of Shiva and Parvati, devotees often pray to Ganesh for guidance and good luck before starting any new venture. The statue itself measures...
$18.95

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6 Bell Sun Wind Chime

6 Bell Sun Wind Chime

Crafted of brass, this beautiful wind chime shines in tones of gold as the light hits it, creating a fantastic vision as the sun hits it and is only equaled by the musical chime of the six bells that dangle from it. Hanging from a central bell, six chains dangle down, accented by beads and little charms in the shape of smiling suns, to end in 6 tinkling, musical bells that jingle and ring with...
$9.50

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Aphrodite statue

Aphrodite statue

Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, beauty, and sexuality, is beautifully portrayed here within this cold cast resin statue. Later being known as the Roman Venus, the Greek goddess Aphrodite has been known by many names throughout history, including Cythera and Cypris, and is said to have been imported to Greece with the cultural influence of the Phoenicians, possibly having originated within...
$60.95

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Apollo statue

Apollo statue

One of the most famed figures of Greek mythology, Apollo is the son of Zeus and, and the twin brother of the virginal huntress goddess, Artemis. Often shown as the ideal of youthful, athletic vigor, Apollo is revered as a god of light, and has been known as the god of the prophecy, sun, medicine, music, poetry, medicine, plague, and healing - just to name a few of his aspects. Indeed, at times he...
$61.95

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Artemis Statue

Artemis Statue

The goddess of forests, virginity and the hunt, Artemis was one of the most widely revered goddesses of ancient Greece, and was often regarded as the beautiful daughter of Zeus and Leto, and the twin sister to the famed god Apollo. Indeed, she was even said to have been born first, before immediately aiding her mother in the birth of Apollo, and for this reason she is often viewed as a goddess of...
$61.95

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Bacchus Statue

Bacchus Statue

Known in Greece as Dionysus, Bacchus is the Roman god of the wine, revelry, and in some cases freedom. In Rome the frenzy he induced as central to his cult, which became somewhat infamous for great wine-soaked feasts and orgies. The wine he offered, along with the music and euphoria that came with it, was said to help free one from fear and care, with those who took part in its mysteries, and...
$53.95

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Backward Looking Raven Statue

Backward Looking Raven Statue

Celebrating the noble raven, this is an elegant statue displaying the black winged bird poised upon a rocky outcropping, looking backwards over its own shoulder. The raven is revered as sacred in a variety of cultures throughout the world, and is often hailed as an omen, or an otherworldly messenger. In many European-influenced cultures the raven is more modernly viewed as a grim omen of death,...
$24.95

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Bastet Feminine Divine statue

Bastet Feminine Divine statue

Shown here in her the form of a woman rather than a lion or a domestic cat, the ancient Egyptian goddess Bastet is portrayed as the epitome of the feminine divine. Regarded as a goddess who protected Egypt, its royal family, and its people, Bastet was particularly revered, as were all cats within the land. She was also associated with beauty of movement, agility, strength, caution and other such...
$42.95

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Bastet in Cat Form

Bastet in Cat Form

The powerful protector goddess of lower Egypt, Bastet `s, or Bast`s, very name means "the devourer," indicating the ferocity for which she was known in defending her own. This small statue offers a representation of her not unlike that which was found in ancient Egypt. Standing 5 3/4" tall and 3 3/4" deep, it is the image of a cat sitting on her haunches and decorated in the jewels of Egyptian...
$13.95

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Bastet in Human Form statue

Bastet in Human Form statue

Shown here in her human form is the cat-headed Egyptian goddess Bastet. With the lithe body of a woman, she bears the symbols of her office as a protector and goddess of Egypt, as well as the gold jewelry of royalty. Standing approximately 12" in height, she is sculpted wonderfully out of cold cast resin and is painted in the traditional colors of ancient Egypt; black and gold.
$36.95

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