The Historical Pan of Ancient Greece Statue

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Inspired by the Pan (460 B.C.) in the National Archaelogical Museum, Athens
If you’ve ever been to Greece, you’re sure to recognize this popular image of Pan, god of the woods, of fertility, and of male sexuality. For thousands of years, this version of the Greek Pan with his hooves, horns, and exaggerated, erect phallus, has been a symbol of sexuality and health. Our exclusive artist’s rendition is quality foundry cast iron with a bronzed patina set atop a solid white marble base.
4"Wx3½"Dx10"H. 2 lbs.
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