Stone Term Garden Statue of Greek God Pan

GBP 19,475.00

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Object Description

Pan, one of the oldest Greek Gods, is depicted here in Portland limestone in tall term-style. Associated with nature, woodlands and pasturelands, this Pan garden statue has a mythical appearance, his sharp and mischievous carved features beautifully preserved as he plays his flute, with which he is often depicted. At more than 150 years old, this statue is in excellent condition and has weathered beautifully over the ages, complementing Pan’s role as a force of nature. He is hand carved with wild and energetic looks, with striking eyebrows, a prominent nose and pointed ears similar to those associated with an elf or wood nymph. This Pan statue makes a beautiful feature in a country garden, especially if seeking a classical, nature-worn look.

Ordinarily, the Greek God Pan is depicted as a mythical being with the body of a man and the legs of a goat. However, this statue is in term-style, depicting the face, arms and torso of Pan swathed in fabric above a tapering square pedestal base. It was made in the mid 19th century, during a time when interest in Pan was revived. Many communities organised festivals inspired by the Greek god associated with the forest, hunting activities and wildlife. This statue’s tall scale makes it a beautiful feature for a garden, sitting amongst bushes and wildflowers, nature having weathered the stone with an aged look that only time can create.

Addition Dimensions
Base 35cm x 35cm

Object Condition

Good structural condition. Weathered surface finish. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor Losses, scuffs, and scratches.

Object Details

Dealer Opening Times

By appointment only.

Dealer Contact

+44(0) 1981 541 155

Dealer Location


From the M50 / Ross-on-Wye
At the end of the M50 take the A40 towards Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth. Take the A49 Hereford Road (third roundabout after leaving the M50) Ignore the first two signposts for Wormelow, Stay on the A49 for approximately nine miles take the next left turn after passing the Pilgrim Hotel, singed A466 Wormelow. Follow the road for approximately 400 meters. We are located on the right hand side, the site is called; Grove Farm / The Grove.

From A49 Hereford
Follow the A49 south from Hereford for approximately five miles. After the uphill section at the Callow there is a layby on your right followed by one on your left. Take the next right turn onto the A466 singed Wormelow / Monmouth, Follow the road for approximately 400 meters. We are located on the right hand side on Grove Farm / The Grove.

UK Heritage
Grove Barn
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