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Greek Goddess Aphrodite Statues
Roman Venus Goddess Statues 
Goddess of Beauty and Love
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birth of venus statue Aphrodite / Birth of Venus Statue
11.5 inches (29.21 cm) high
Creamy White Resin


aphrodite with doves statue Aphrodite with Doves
Large Cold Cast Bronze Resin Sculpture

11 inches high

The Goddess of Love and Beauty is here surrounded by the dove, symbol of peace, love and tranquility. At the same time, She rises from the giant clam shell of the sea in symbol of her watery birth.


venus by botticelli venus by botticelli statue Goddess Aphrodite Venus Statue
on the half shell

8 inches (20 cm) high
White marble colored gypsum stone.


aphrodite statue Aphrodite in the Breeze
in Cold Cast Bronze
13.25 inches high

The Goddess of Love in a lovely pose with hands over head and clothed in Goddessy garb. Lovely hand finished cold cast bronze makes this a class rendition of the Goddess of Beauty.


Aphrodite with doves bronze PRICE REDUCED!
Aphrodite with Doves Statue
in Cold Cast Bronze
12 inches high

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The Goddess of Love adorned with doves who fly around her and rest on her hand. With her cleverly made skirt of pearls and sea weed, she stands in the water attracting nature to her feminine form.

Typical Retail:  $74.00
Our Price:          $66.00

aphrodite statue Aphrodite with Doves Statue
in creamy white resin
12 inches high

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aphrodite bathing statue aphrodite bathing Aphrodite Bathing with Column Statue
in Cold Cast Creamy White Resin or
Cold Cast Bronze
11.25 inches high

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Venus and Baby Cupid Venus and Baby Cupid Statue

The tender embrace of mother giving guidance to a somewhat resistant son in the form of the baby Greek God of Love, Cupid.

8.5 inches tall.  Cold Cast Bronze


Venus Rubber Stamp venus rubber stamp Venus/Aphrodite Rubber Stamp
2 inch x 2.5 inch

High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on straight-sided hardwood blocks with a thick rubber 
sponge between the image and the block.
Designed after Boticelli's Venus rising from the sea.


Aphrodite Rubber Stamp

aphrodite rubber stamp
Aphrodite Rubber Stamp
2 inches x 2 inches square

High Quality,100% red rubber mounted on straight-sided hardwood blocks with a thick rubber 
sponge between the image and the block.
Here the Goddess is transported by her swan.



     In Greek mythology, Aphrodite is the goddess of love, beauty and sexual rapture. According to Hesiod, she was born when Uranus (the father of the gods) was castrated by his son Cronus. Cronus threw the severed genitals into the ocean which began to churn and foam about them. From the aphros ("sea foam") arose Aphrodite, and the sea carried her to either Cyprus or Cythera.  Homer calls her a daughter of Zeus and Dione.

    After her birth, Zeus was afraid that the gods would fight over Aphrodite's hand in marriage so he married her off to the smith god Hephaestus, the steadiest of the gods. Hephaestus could hardly believe his good luck and used all his skills to make the most lavish jewels for her. He made her a girdle of finely wrought gold and wove magic into the filigree work. That was not very wise of him, for when she wore her magic girdle no one could resist her, and she was all too irresistible already. She loved gaiety and glamour and was not at all pleased at being the wife of sooty, hard-working Hephaestus.

    Aphrodite loved and was loved by many gods and mortals. Among her mortal lovers, the most famous was perhaps Adonis.

    Her festival is the Aphrodisiac which was celebrated in various centers of Greece and especially in Athens and Corinth. Her priestesses were women who represented the goddess and sexual intercourse with them was considered just one of the methods of worship.

     Aphrodite is known to incite feelings of love and lust wherever she goes. She is a contender in the story of the Golden Apples, when Paris chooses her as the fairest of the three goddesses (the others were Hera and Athena) and Aphrodite decides to "reward" him for giving her the Golden Apple (the prototype of most modern awards) by giving him the love of Helen of Troy, something of a mixed blessing that led to the Trojan War.

The Roman Goddess of Love (Greek Aphrodite) was also Goddess of the Oceans. The famous image, Venus rising from the sea foam, comes from wall frescos at Pompeii, the Italian coastal city where she was particularly venerated. As Goddess of Sexual Love, Her famous Renaissance depiction, birthed from sea-foam, belies her earlier association with Artemis as a Lady of the Hunt.

Her horned consort was Adonis, and her worship by the Romans included temple instruction in sacred sexual techniques for achieving heightened spiritual consciousness. The metal associated with Aphrodite is copper which is abundant on the Isle of Cyprus, an early place of worship.