Angelic Mary Bust Statue, Busts, Religious & Christianity Statues, Angelic Mary “Mother of Jesus” Bust Statue

Angelic Mary Bust Statue, Busts, Religious & Christianity Statues, Angelic Mary "Mother of Jesus" Bust Statue

Angelic Mary “Mother of Jesus” Bust Statue

Angelic Mary Bust Statue hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with high quality designer resin and hand-finished by skilled artisans. Imaginatively created with one-of-a-kind details, from traditional to modern, this bust will enhance any environment in your home. Painted and sculpted by countless artists over the years, the sweetly pious Angelica Maria / Angelic Mary is inspired by a painting by Fra Filippo Lippi. History tells us he convinced a convent to allow him to paint a novice nun as the Holy Mother, then persuaded the maiden to run away with him to the shame of her family and her order. Amidst this dramatic tale of stolen love, the Virgin’s beauty is epitomized from her demurely downcast eyes to the gown draped across her softly curved shoulders. This quality designer resin replica is finished in a black bronze hue highlighted with gold accents to bring out each stunning detail. According to the Gospels of Matthew and Luke in the New Testament, Mary was a first-century Jewish woman of Nazareth, the wife of Joseph, and the mother of Jesus. Both the New Testament and the Quran describe Mary as a virgin. According to Christian theology, Mary conceived Jesus through the Holy Spirit while still a virgin, and accompanied Joseph to Bethlehem, where Jesus was born.

Mary has been venerated since early Christianity, and is considered by millions to be the holiest and greatest saint because of her extraordinary virtues as seen at the Annunciation by the Archangel Gabriel. She is said to have miraculously appeared to believers many times over the centuries. The Eastern and Oriental Orthodox, Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches believe that Mary, as mother of Jesus, is the Theotokos (Mother of God). There is significant diversity in the Marian beliefs and devotional practices of major Christian traditions. The Catholic Church holds distinctive Marian dogmas, namely her status as the Mother of God, her Immaculate Conception, her perpetual virginity, and her Assumption into Heaven. Many Protestants minimize Mary’s role within Christianity, basing their argument on the alleged lack of biblical support for any beliefs other than the virgin birth. Mary also has the highest position in Islam among all women. She is mentioned in the Quran more often than in the Bible, where 2 of the longer chapters of the Quran are named after her and her family. According to Catholic and Eastern Christian teachings, at the end of her earthly life, God raised Mary’s body into heaven. This is known in the Christian West as the Assumption of Mary, and in the East as the Dormition of the Mother of God. Angelic Mary “Mother of Jesus” Bust Statue measures: 7 inches / 18 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm x 17 inches / 43 cm.


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Chicken Glass Decanter Statue, Animals, Chickens & Bottles Statues, Chicken Glass Decanter “for Whiskey and Wine” Statue

Chicken Glass Decanter Statue, Animals, Chickens & Bottles Statues, Chicken Glass Decanter "for Whiskey and Wine" Statue

Chicken Glass Decanter Statue

This Chicken Glass Decanter Statue will make anyone admire the artfully detailed sacred rooster, it’s unique shape and side colors. This decanter guards your bar as a symbol of strength and courage, a must have for the head of the household. It would be a great fit for a house out in the country. Large unique shaped decanter, it shows in realistic detail of the cock with it’s colored trims are a delight to admire. The tail of the body is the decanter’s opening which is fitted with an encased rubber stopper. Gift for whiskey lovers and for all occasions, great for vodka, liquor, whiskey, and more. An early domestication of Chickens in Southeast Asia is probable, since the word for domestic chicken (manuk) is part of the reconstructed Proto-Austronesian language. Chickens, together with dogs and pigs, were the domestic animals of the Lapita culture, the first Neolithic culture of Oceania. The first pictures of chickens in Europe are found on Corinthian Pottery of the 7th century BC.

Chickens were spread by Polynesian seafarers and reached Easter Island in the 12th century AD, where they were the only domestic animal, with the possible exception of the Polynesian rat (Rattus Exulans). They were housed in extremely solid chicken coops built from stone, which was first reported as such to Linton Palmer in 1868, who also “expressed his doubts about this“. The mythological Basilisk or Cockatrice is depicted as a reptile-like creature with the upper body of a chickens. Abraxas, a figure in Gnosticism, is portrayed in a similar fashion as well. Abraxas is a word of mystic meaning in the system of the Gnostic Basilides (an early Christian Gnostic religious teacher in Alexandria, Egypt who taught from 117 to 138 AD), and the word may be related to the famous word / magical invocation, Abracadabra. Chicken Glass Decanter “for Whiskey and Wine” Statue sizes: 15 inches / 38 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm x 6 inches / 15 cm.


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Leonardo Da Vinci Bust Statue, Busts Statues, Leonardo Da Vinci “Renaissance Man” Bust Statue

Leonardo Da Vinci Bust Statue, Busts Statues, Leonardo Da Vinci "Renaissance Man" Bust Statue

Leonardo Da Vinci “Renaissance Man” Bust Statue

Leonardo has often been described as the archetype of the Renaissance Man, a man of “unquenchable curiosity” and “feverishly inventive imagination“, and epitomiz the Renaissance humanist ideal. This Leonardo Da Vinci Bust Statue features a wonderful metallic bronze finish that gives it the look of look of metal, and has hand painted accents to show the incredible detail. It makes a great gift for any classical art lover. Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, known simply as Leonardo da Vinci (Anchiano, April 15, 1452 – Amboise, May 2, 1519), was an Italian scientist, inventor and artist. A man of genius and universal talent of the Renaissance, considered one of the greatest geniuses of humanity, he fully embodied the spirit of his era, bringing it to the greatest forms of expression in the most disparate fields of art and knowledge: he was in fact a scientist, philosopher, architect, painter, sculptor, draftsman, essayist, set designer, mathematician, anatomist, botanist, musician, engineer and designer.

«Fu tanto raro e universale, che dalla natura per suo miracolo esser produtto dire si puote: la quale non solo della bellezza del corpo, che molto bene gli concedette, volse dotarlo, ma di molte rare virtù volse anchora farlo maestro. Assai valse in matematica et in prospettiva non meno, et operò di scultura, et in disegno passò di gran lunga tutti li altri. Hebbe bellissime inventioni, ma non colorì molte cose, perché si dice mai a sé medesimo avere satisfatto, et però sono tante rare le opere sue. Fu nel parlare eloquentissimo et raro sonatore di lira, et fu valentissimo in tirari et in edifizi d’acque, et altri ghiribizzi, né mai co l’animo suo si quietava, ma sempre con l’ingegno fabricava cose nuove». Anonimo Gaddiano. **(Language: Renaissance Italian).

«It was so rare and universal, that by its miracle it could be said that nature was produced: she not only wanted to endow it with the beauty of the body, which she very well granted it, but also wanted to make it a master of many rare virtues. He was very valuable in mathematics and in perspective no less, and he worked in sculpture, and in drawing he passed by far all the others. He had beautiful inventions, but he did not color many things, because he himself is never said to be satisfied, and yet his works are so rare. He was in speaking eloquent and rare lyre player, and he was very skilful in tirari and in water buildings, and other whims, never calmed down with his soul, but always with his ingenuity he built new things». Anonymous Gaddiano, manuscript of the National Central Library of Florence (XVII, 17th century).

The features of Leonardo are known thanks to a senile self-portrait attributed to him, dating back to around 1515 and preserved in the Royal Library of Turin. The work, from which other ideal portraits derive, is now part of the collective imagination. For the features of Leonardo at a young or mature age there are some hypotheses of identification, in his works or by other artists, as in the young man standing at the extreme right of the Adoration of the Magi, in Verrocchio‘s David or in the figure of Plato in the Raphael‘s School of Athens. There are also various sources which, even without describing his physical appearance in a precise way, speak of his ways and celebrate his beauty. For example, the Anonymous Gaddiano wrote: “Nature not only wanted to endow him with the beauty of the body, which he very well granted him, but also wanted to make him a master of many rare virtues. He was of a good person, proportionata, gratiata and handsome in appearance. He wore a pink bitch that was short up to the knee, which was then used in long dresses, he had a beautiful, ringed and well composed headdress up to the middle on his chest”.

Vasari instead caught the docile and loving aspect of his character:

«Egli con lo splendor dell’aria sua, che bellissima era, rasserenava ogni animo mesto, e con le parole volgeva al sì et al no ogni indurata intenzione. Egli con le forze sue riteneva ogni violenta furia. Con la liberalità sua raccoglieva e pasceva ogni amico povero e ricco, pur che egli avesse ingegno e virtù. Per il che ebbe veramente Fiorenza grandissimo dono nel nascere di Lionardo, e perdita più che infinita nella sua morte». **(Language: Renaissance Italian).

«With the splendor of his air, how beautiful he was, he calmed every sad soul, and with his words he turned every hard intention to yes and no. He with his strength held every violent fury. With his liberality she gathered and fed every poor and rich friend, as long as he had talent and virtue. For which reason Fiorenza truly had a great gift in the birth of Lionardo, and a more than infinite loss in his death». Leonardo Da Vinci “Renaissance Man” Bust Statue sizes: 5.5 inches / 14 cm x 4.5 inches / 11.5 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm.


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Zombie Bottle Holder Statue, Bottles & Zombies Statues, Zombie Apocalypse – Zombie Bottle Holder Statue

Zombie Bottle Holder Statue, Bottles & Zombies Statues, Zombie Apocalypse - Zombie Bottle Holder Statue

Zombie Apocalypse – Zombie Bottle Holder Statue

Partying this hard takes dead-ication! This awesome Zombie Wine Bottle Holder Statue isn’t letting a little case of death stop him from chugging your libations. This creepy conversation starter holds a variety of bottle types, so you can store your favorite wine, beer, spirits, and even cooking oils. Securely holds most 750 milliliter wine bottles at an angle which will help preserve the life of the cork. Meticulously sculpted and made to last from durable, high-quality polyresin. Hand-painted for exceptionally gruesome detail. Perfect for horror aficionados, wine connoisseurs, or that friend who’s just a little weird. Intimately tied to the concept of the modern zombie is the “Zombie Apocalypse“: the breakdown of society as a result of an initial zombie outbreak that spreads quickly. This archetype has emerged as a prolific subgenre of apocalyptic fiction and has been portrayed in many zombie-related media after Night of the Living Dead.

In a zombie apocalypse, a widespread (usually global) rise of zombies hostile to human life engages in a general assault on civilization. Victims of zombies may become zombies themselves. This causes the outbreak to become an exponentially growing crisis, the spreading phenomenon swamps normal military and law-enforcement organizations, leading to the panicked collapse of civilized society until only isolated pockets of survivors remain, scavenging for food and supplies in a world reduced to a pre-industrial hostile wilderness. Possible causes for zombie behavior in a modern population can be attributed to viruses, bacteria or other phenomena that reduce the mental capacity of humans, causing them to behave in a very primitive and destructive fashion. Zombie Apocalypse – Zombie Bottle Holder Statue sizes: 12 inches / 30.5 cm x 6.5 inches / 16.5 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm.


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Portgas D. Ace Bust Statue, Anime, One Piece & Busts Statues, Portgas D. Ace Photo Frame Bust Statue

Portgas D. Ace Bust Statue, Anime, One Piece & Busts Statues, Portgas D. Ace Photo Frame Bust Statue

Portgas D. Ace Photo Frame Bust Statue

In this Portgas D. Ace Bust Statue there are features of cool movements and vivid expressions, and the anime photo frame ornament is very realistic and has fine workmanship. With the characteristic of good decorative and miniature size, it is deal for collection and a perfect gift to your friends, kids, One Piece lovers at the same time. Made of high quality PVC material, the anime photo frame ornament is eco-friendly and will not harmful for your health. Portgas D. Ace, born as Gol D. Ace and nicknamed “Fire FistAce, was the sworn older brother of Luffy and Sabo, and the biological son of the late Pirate King, Gol D. Roger, and Portgas D. Rouge. Ace was adopted by Monkey D. Garp, as had been requested by Roger before his execution. Ace was the 2nd division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates and one-time captain of the Spade Pirates. Hunted by the World Government for his lineage, Ace was captured and sentenced to death, which resulted in the Summit War of Marineford, an all-out clash of powers, Whitebeard’s forces against the Marines and Seven Warlords.

Ace was freed, but he sacrificed his life to protect Luffy from Marine Admiral Akainu. Ace was first shown during the Drum Island Arc, but only got formally introduced in the Arabasta Arc, where he acts as a brief ally of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is a central figure during the whole Summit War Saga. He is also the protagonist of Ace’s Great Blackbeard Search Cover Page Serial. Ace’s death ultimately proved to be the catalyst leading to Luffy training for 2 years to become strong enough to protect his friends, paving the way for the second half of the series. Ace ate the Mera Mera no Mi, a Logia-type Devil Fruit that allowed him to create, control, and transform his body into fire. He could create and unleash massive amounts of fire for large-scale damage, as well as utilize small precision attacks. Later, after his death, it was revealed that Ace’s burning fists also had the power to annihilate entire cities. Ace primarily used his flames for a wide variety of offenses.

He could shoot fire bullets and spears, release powerful fire cannons, unleash massive waves of fire, and create fire balls, both a single large one for large-scale destruction and multiple small ones that could explode. His signature attack was transforming his fist into fire and sending it forward as it greatly increased in size, earning him the name “Fire Fist Ace“. His flames could also be used defensively, he could create a massive wall of flames to block his opponents, and the heat of his flames could deter his opponents from attacking him for fear of getting burned. He was also able to stop powerful ice attacks from Aokiji, a Marine Admiral. Ace also had practical uses for his Devil Fruit powers, he would heat up any fish he would find in the seas for his crew when they had no food to eat and he was able to traverse the seas in a one-man boat that was specifically designed for him and propelled with flames from his feet. Portgas D. Ace Photo Frame Bust Statue measures: 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm.


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African Negresse Princess Bust Statue, African & Busts Statues, African Queen Mother Bust Statue

African Negresse Princess Bust Statue, African & Busts Statues, African Queen Mother Bust Statue

African Negresse Queen Mother Bust Statue

African Negresse Princess Bust Statue hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with high quality designer resin. A royal beauty, this African Princess holds her head high as a distinctive and quite individualistic work of art that immortalizes the rich history of a continent. Cast in quality designer resin with authentic metal earrings, the noble life-scale princess is hand-painted in faux bronze and set atop a faux wood museum mount. This Basil Street Gallery stately collectible becomes a work of note in any home gallery. Queen Mothers (also Queenmothers) are leaders and women of power in Africa. There is no general description of a queen mother. Generally, queen mothers play an important role in local government and “wield social power and influence”. The amount of power they currently hold has been diminished since pre-colonial times. Queen mothers are an important part of the Akan tradition which is based on matrilineal descent.

They are found in such groupings as the Ashanti Kingdom, which is part of the Akan ethnic group. In areas of Ghana where the Akan culture is prominent, each town has a chief and a queen mother who rule alongside the modern political system. Queen mothers have also been recorded in the tradition of the Pabir in northern Nigeria, as part of the Benin culture in Nigeria’s south, and in the Krobo area. The Yoruba people of Nigeria, Benin and Togo also have a number of women that make use of the honorific “titled mother of the king“. In other parts of Africa, such as in Uganda, the term queen mother is also used to describe either the mothers of reigning monarchs or women who hold power in their own right. As of the start of the 21st century, queen mothers are seeing a resurgence in power and influence in Africa. A great many of them are members of the African Queens and Women Cultural Leaders Network, voluntary organizations.

The title of Queen Mother is an English compound word used to collectively describe women in traditional African leadership roles. The Akan peoples use the term ohemmaa, which means “female ruler“. In the Ga tradition, they are called manye or “community mother“. In the Pabir tradition, they are known as maigira, a word that means “female monarch“. In the Benin tradition, queen mothers are known as iyobas. In the traditions of Yorubaland, a woman who is ritually invested with the title is known as an iya oba or “titled mother of the king“. The office of the queen mother is also known as the “stool“. In Ghana, queen mothers are selected from the royal family of each town and village. It is the head of the royal family and the elders who choose both the chief and the queen mother, a pair that might be related to one another. The royal families are made up of the first settlers of an area. African Queen Mother Bust Statue sizes: 7.5 inches / 19 cm x 11.5 inches / 29 cm x 22.5 inches / 57 cm.


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Scorpion Bust Statue, Busts, Video Games & Mortal Kombat Statues, Mortal Kombat 11 Scorpion Legends Bust Statue

Scorpion Bust Statue, Busts, Video Games & Mortal Kombat Statues, Mortal Kombat 11 Scorpion Legends Bust Statue

Mortal Kombat 11 Scorpion Legends Bust Statue

This killer Scorpion Bust Statue is inspired by his earliest video game appearances, the bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications. Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge is a 2020 American direct-to-video adult animated martial arts film based on the Mortal Kombat franchise created by Ed Boon and John Tobias. South Korean studio Mir animated the film and was produced by Warner Bros. Animation. The film centers around the titular character seeking his revenge on those who murdered his family and clan after being resurrected by Quan Chi, while Johnny Cage, Liu Kang and Sonya Blade are chosen to participate on the Mortal Kombat Tournament for the fate of Earthrealm. Scorpion, pseudonym of Hanzo Hasashi (name confirmed in Mortal Kombat X), is a wandering undead who leads his life devoured by anger and tormented by pain. Scorpion died from the original Sub-Zero, only to be resurrected by the sorcerer Quan Chi who, in exchange for a new life, asked him to be his trusted and faithful servant. Scorpion, however, wanted above all to take revenge on Sub-Zero and in the end he succeeded, killing his arch-enemy.

Sub-Zero‘s younger brother, however, took on the clothes and name of his older brother, and swore revenge on Scorpion. Having been the subject of many machinations and conspiracies, Scorpion has no allies and is wary of anyone who presents himself as such. He is a ninja and his particular ability is the use of the kunai, with which he grabs or kills opponents. The weapon often wielded by Scorpion is a katana, the “Mugai Ryu“. The distinctive features of the character are the ninja clothing of gold and black color, outwardly appears a young man of average height, medium complexion and eyes without pupils, and it is unknown if he has hair and what color. Under this aspect there is a now skeletal body, with a skull engulfed in flames. In Mortal Kombat X, Scorpion is freed from the magic of Quan Chi and appears as a young man, with oriental features, bearded and with a ponytail. In Mortal Kombat 11, he keeps roughly the same characteristics. Mortal Kombat 11 Scorpion Legends Bust Statue measures: 6 inches / 15 cm x 5 inches / 13 cm x 10 inches / 25.5 cm.


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God Anubis Bust Statue, Egyptian, Gods & Busts Statues, Ancient Egyptian Jackal God Anubis Bust Statue

God Anubis Bust Statue, Egyptian, Gods & Busts Statues, Ancient Egyptian Jackal God Anubis Bust Statue

Ancient Egyptian Jackal God Anubis Bust Statue

This amazingly detailed God Anubis Bust Statue makes a great conversation piece. Made of cold cast resin, he has a metallic bronze finish that gives him the look of metal, and has hand painted accents to show off the detail. The bottom is felted to help keep your furniture scratch-free. He makes a great gift for enthusiasts of ancient Egypt mythology. Anubis, also known as Inpudecay“, was the ancient Egyptian Jackal-God of the Underworld and Mummification. Anubis was worshipped as the inventor of embalming and the one who embalmed the dead Osiris, thereby helping to preserve him that he might live again. The oldest known mention of Anubis is in the Old Kingdom pyramid texts, where he is associated with the burial of the king.

Anubis is also a God in Tuareg Berber mythology. Anubis takes various titles in connection with his funerary role, such as He-Who-Is-Upon-His-Mountain, which underscores his importance as a protector of the deceased and their tombs, and the title He-Who-Is-In-The-Place-Of-Embalming, associating him with the process of mummification. Like many ancient Egyptian deities, Anubis assumes different roles in various contexts, and no public procession in Egypt would be conducted without an Anubis to march at the head. There are a lot of different versions about his birth and conception. In early mythology, he is protrayed as a son of Ra. In the Coffin Texts from the First Intermediate Period (2181-2055 BC), he is the son of Hesat or Bastet. Some traditions depicted him as son of Ra and Nephthys, others as the illegitimate son of Nephthys and Osiris, that was later adopted by Usir‘ wife, Aset, and others as son of Nephthys and Set.

In the version which he is the son of Nephthys and Usir, it is said that Nephthys tricked her brother, Usir, into fathering her child by using Aset appeareance. Nephthys told her husband-brother, Set, that the child was his but him soon found out. As Set hated Usir, he then planned to murder the child when he was born. Nephthys therefore, abandoned the child at birth hiding him in the marshes by the Nile River. The child was taken care by jackals and eventually found by Aset that raised Inpu as her own kid. When he became an adult, the repaid her by becoming her protector. The version in which he is the son of Nephthys and Set is not that different. It is said that, after Nephthys got pregnant with Set’s child, she tried to hide the pregnancy as she knew how violent Set could be. Fearing for the baby, Nephthys gave Inpu to Aset that eventually raised him. Ancient Egyptian Jackal God Anubis Bust Statue sizes: 5 inches / 13 cm x 4.5 inches / 11.5 cm x 9.5 inches / 24 cm.


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Thor Odinson God of Thunder Statue, Vikings & Busts Statues, Thor Odinson Wielding Mjolnir Hammer Bust Statue

Thor Odinson God of Thunder Statue, Vikings & Busts Statues, Thor Odinson Wielding Mjolnir Hammer Bust Statue

Thor Odinson Wielding Mjolnir Hammer Bust Statue

This Thor Odinson God of Thunder Statue is made of designer composite resin, hand painted and polished individually. In the battle of Ragnarok, Thor will defeat the midgard serpent Jörmungandr with the swing of his Mjolnir Hammer. Thor is seen in battle outfit, with crossed long swords, his horned helmet and fearsome mail armor. The prince of Asgard shows his quality, strength and bravery in this ill fated war. This beautiful Thor statue depicts Thor Odinson Wielding the Mjolnir Hammer, fully clad in armor and battle attire. It is a bust statue so he will a gorgeous decor for your home. In Norse mythology, Thor is a Hammer-wielding God associated with lightning, thunder, storms, sacred groves and trees, strength, the protection of mankind, hallowing, and fertility. Thor is a prominently mentioned god throughout the recorded history of the Germanic peoples, from the Roman occupation of regions of Germania, to the Germanic expansions of the Migration Period, to his high popularity during the Viking Age, when, in the face of the process of the Christianization of Scandinavia, emblems of his hammer, Mjolnir, were worn and Norse pagan personal names containing the name of the god bear witness to his popularity.

Due to the nature of the Germanic corpus, narratives featuring Thor are only attested in Old Norse, where Thor appears throughout Norse mythology. Norse mythology, largely recorded in Iceland from traditional material stemming from Scandinavia, provides numerous tales featuring the god. Thor wields the Hammer Mjolnir, wears the Belt Megingjörð and the Iron Gloves Járngreipr, and owns the Staff Gríðarvölr. Thor’s exploits, including his relentless slaughter of his foes and fierce battles with the monstrous serpent Jörmungandr, and their foretold mutual deaths during the events of Ragnarök, are recorded throughout sources for Norse mythology. Into the modern period, Thor continued to be acknowledged in rural folklore throughout Germanic-speaking Europe. Thor is frequently referred to in place names, the day of the week Thursday bears his name (modern English Thursday derives from Old English Þunresdæg, “Þunor’s day“, and names stemming from the pagan period containing his own continue to be used today, particularly in Scandinavia. Thor has inspired numerous works of art and references to Thor appear in modern popular culture. Like other Germanic deities, veneration of Thor is revived in the modern period in Heathenrycontemporary Germanic Paganism“.

The English weekday name Thursday comes from Old English Þunresdæg, meaning “day of Þunor“. It is cognate with Old Norse Þórsdagr and with Old High German Donarestag. All of these terms derive from the Late Proto-Germanic weekday ÞonaresdagDay of Þunaraz“, a calque of Latin Iovis DiesDay of Jove“, modern Italian giovedì, French jeudi, Spanish jueves. By employing a practice known as interpretatio germanica during the Roman period, ancient Germanic peoples adopted the Latin weekly calendar and replaced the names of Roman gods with their own. Beginning in the Viking Age, personal names containing the theonym Thórr are recorded with great frequency, whereas no examples are known prior to this period. Thórr-based names may have flourished during the Viking Age as a defiant response to attempts at Christianization, similar to the wide scale Viking Age practice of wearing Thor’s hammer pendants. The Mjolnir so, is the hammer of the thunder god Thor in Norse mythology, used both as a devastating weapon and as a divine instrument to provide blessings. The hammer is attested in numerous sources, including 11th century runic Kvinneby amulet, and the Poetic Edda, a collection of eddic poetry compiled in the 13th century, and the Prose Edda, a collection of prose and poetry compiled in the 13th century.

The hammer was commonly worn as a pendant during the Viking Age in the Scandinavian cultural sphere, and Thor and his hammer occur depicted on a variety of objects from the archaeological record. Today the symbol appears in a wide variety of media and is again worn as a pendant by various groups, including adherents of modern Heathenry. The etymology of the hammer’s name, Mjolnir, is disputed among historical linguists. Old Norse Mjolnir developed from Proto-Norse melluniaR and one proposed derivation connects this form to Old Church Slavonic mlunuji and Russian molnija meaning “lightning” (either borrowed from a Slavic source or both stemming from a common source) and subsequently yielding the meaning “lightning-maker“. Another proposal connects Mjolnir to Old Norse mjÇ«ll meaning “new snow” and modern Icelandic mjalli meaning “the color white“, rendering Mjolnir as “shining lightning weapon“. Finally, another proposal connects Old Norse Mjolnir to Old Norse mala meaning “to grind” and Gothic malwjanto grind“, yielding Mjolnir as meaning “the grinder“. Thor Odinson Wielding Mjolnir Hammer Bust Statue measures: 15 inches / 38 cm x 15 inches / 38 cm x 10 inches / 25.5 cm.


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Steampunk Skeleton Bust Statue, Skulls, Busts & Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Skeleton Marching Band Uniform Bust Statue

Steampunk Skeleton Bust Statue, Skulls, Busts & Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Skeleton Marching Band Uniform Bust Statue

Steampunk Skeleton Marching Band Uniform Bust Statue

This Steampunk Skeleton Bust Statue is crafted by master artisan using high quality designer resin and cold cast bronze method that is the casting method of mixing bronze material and resin together in order to create detailed statues with a metallic surface appearance. Furthermore this Steampunk Skeleton Bust is equipped with 2 extremely hidden compartments for your most secretive stash. Featuring a Skeleton Bust wearing Steampunk Band Attire, the statue is beautifully crafted using polyresin and the cold casting method to achieve the metallic look. There are 2 compartments hidden within the skeleton, one behind the head and another within the chest area, the secret stash boxes are held inside with small but strong magnets. A Marching Band is a group of alive instrumental musicians who perform while marching, often for entertainment or competition. Instrumentation typically includes brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments.

Most marching bands wear a uniform, often of a military-style, that includes an associated organization’s colors, name or symbol. Most high school marching bands, and some college marching bands, are accompanied by a color guard, a group of performers who add a visual interpretation to the music through the use of props, most often flags, rifles, and sabres. Marching bands are generally categorized by function, size, age, instrumentation, marching style, and type of show they perform. In addition to traditional parade performances, many marching bands also perform field shows at sporting events and marching band competitions. Increasingly, marching bands perform indoor concerts that implement many songs, traditions, and flair from outside performances. In some cases, at higher level competitions, bands will be placed into classes based on school size. Steampunk Skeleton Band Uniform Bust Statue measures: 4.5 inches / 11.5 cm x 8.5 inches / 21.5 cm x 7.5 inches / 19 cm.


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Bigfoot Thinker Statue, Bigfoot & Symbolic Statues, Bigfoot the Thinker Statue

Bigfoot Thinker Statue, Bigfoot & Symbolic Statues, Bigfoot the Thinker Statue

Bigfoot the Thinker Statue

Evading detection to become a mythical legend, Bigfoot the Thinker has paused here to plan his next move. Known throughout the world as Bigfoot, Yeti or Sasquatch, this unique Bigfoot Thinker Statue allows you to host your own bigfoot sighting right in your own garden. Sculpted by hand by Bella Haus Design, this Bigfoot statue is made with a durable resin that is weather-resistant for safe use indoors and out, and features life-like details in various shades of brown for a realistic appearance that is sure to delight bigfoot believers and seekers. The Thinker (French: Le Penseur) is a bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin, usually placed on a stone pedestal. The work depicts a nude male figure of heroic size sitting on a rock. He is seen leaning over, his right elbow placed on his left thigh, holding the weight of his chin on the back of his right hand. The pose is one of deep thought and contemplation, and the statue is often used as an image to represent philosophy. Rodin first conceived the figure as part of his work The Gates of Hell commissioned in 1880, but the first of the familiar monumental bronze castings was made in 1904, and is now exhibited at the Musée Rodin, in Paris.

There are also 27 other known full-sized castings, in which the figure is approximately 185 cm (73 inches) high, although not all were made during Rodin’s lifetime and under his supervision. There are various other versions, several in plaster, and studies and posthumous castings exist in a range of sizes. The Thinker was initially named The Poet (French: Le Poète), and was part of a large commission begun in 1880 for a doorway surround called The Gates of Hell. Rodin based this on The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, and most of the figures in the work represented the main characters in the poem with The Thinker at the center of the composition over the doorway and somewhat larger than most of the other figures. Some critics believe that it was originally intended to depict Dante at the Gates of Hell, pondering his great poem. Other critics reject that theory, pointing out that the figure is naked while Dante is fully clothed throughout his poem, and that the sculpture’s physique does not correspond to Dante’s effete figure. The sculpture is nude, as Rodin wanted a heroic figure in the tradition of Michelangelo, to represent intellect as well as poetry.

This detail from the Gates of Hell was first named The Thinker by foundry workers, who noted its similarity to Michelangelo’s statue of Lorenzo de Medici called Il Pensieroso (The Thinker), and Rodin decided to treat the figure as an independent work at a larger size. The figure was designed to be seen from below and is normally displayed on a fairly high plinth, although the heights vary considerably chosen by the various owners. The Thinker has been cast in multiple versions and is found around the world, but the history of the progression from models to castings is still not entirely clear. About 28 monumental-sized bronze casts are in museums and public places. In addition, there are sculptures of different study-sized scales and plaster versions (often painted bronze) in both monumental and study sizes. Some newer castings have been produced posthumously and are not considered part of the original production. Rodin made the first small plaster version around 1881. The first full-scale model was presented at the Salon des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1904. A public subscription financed a bronze casting, which became the property of the City of Paris, and was put in front of the Panthéon. In 1922, the original bronze was moved to the Rodin Museum. Bigfoot the Thinker Statue sizes: 14.1 inches / 36 cm x 9.2 inches / 23.5 cm x 7.4 inches / 19 cm.


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Glass Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue, Animals, Goats & Bottles Statues, Zodiac Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue

Glass Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue, Animals, Goats & Bottles Statues, Zodiac Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue

Glass Zodiac Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue

This Glass Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue is made of high borosilicate glass and has heat and cold resistance. It is lighter, thinner, brighter, more durable and easy to clean than ordinary glass. The creative rooster shape and unique large decanter are pleasing to the eye. The high transparency of the decanter can show the color of the whiskey itself. The shape of the goat creates a huge space for the collision of whiskey and oxygen. The tightly sealed soft plastic bottle cap can prevent the wine from leaking and keep the wine to the greatest extent possible. Flavor and freshness. The bottle mouth is made of graded sealant material, which has good sealing performance, safer and healthier, while the details are made of colored glass. It is the crowning touch of the wine-making device. It shines in the sunlight and makes the sparkling wine more flexible. The shape is vivid, the high borosilicate glass is hand-blown. Brilliant timeless design exudes sophistication and classic elegance for any occasion. Zodiac Goat Whiskey Decanter Statue measures: 15.6 inches / 40 cm x 12.3 inches / 31 cm x 6.9 inches / 17.5 cm.


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