Words cannot begin to describe this stunning statue... Imagined by Lisa (who has honored Cernunnos as her patron god for many years), and sculpted by the insanely talented Joe Laudati, this statue may well put a lump in your throat and give you goosebumps.
Individually hand cast by the artist who created this sculpture, each one of these statues is lovingly finished with painstaking attention detail by Joe Laudati himself.
Lord of the forest. God of the Hunters and Hunted. He has a fox laying with a hound to show that he brings peace to all in his domain (the lion lays down with the lamb). A badger at his side brings in his medicine of desire, courage, persistance and leadership. On the base of the log you see the Triskel, a Celtic symbol of life, death and re-birth. His belt is made up of Holly and Oak leaves to honor his work through the dark and light halves of the year and the buckle is a seven pointed star that shows his connection to the Fey and the 'wee folk' of the other world.
Finished in Antique Bronze, he stands approximately 12" tall by 6" wide and is the perfect complement to our Cerridwen Statue.
Watch the video (link below) for a closer look at the incredible detail on this statue and some fascinating information about the mythology surrounding Cernunnos:
NOTE* As these are handmade, supplies are limited. Stautes are individually cast and uniquely numbered. We are usually able to supply from stock, but occasionally there may be a delay while your statue is hand cast by Joe especially for you.
Shipping for this item is more expensive than normal as the statue is large, heavy and quite fragile. Accordingly special packaging and handling is required.
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The artist is an absolute genius, he really has a feel for what I always imagined Cernunnos would look like. The photo does NOT do this statue justice, it's one of the most beautiful pieces of art I've ever laid eyes on. For something made of resin, it looks exactly like something made of metal, but it weighs a lot less. He's also bigger than what I expected, he's not some tiny figurine. I cleared off a space on my bookshelf just for him at the very top.