Ancient Greek Statues
Greek gods and goddesses

Our Ancient Greek statues are the ideal souvenirs and gifts. These gods and goddesses of Greek mythology from Ancient Greece culture, in marble and bronze, look stunning and extremely impressive.

Add a touch of classical Greece to your decor!

Choose your favourite Greek mythology gods and goddesses. You can scroll down the page for a description of all the gods. Click on any image or link to view these statues at

Most of these ancient Greek statues are available in either bonded natural marble, marble look or bronze. The bronze statues are made with a special production process using a real bronze powder mixed in the cold case resin, which ensures a more life-like presentation.

Goddess Aphrodite (Venus) Greek Roman Mythology Statue Sculpture Apollo Classical Greek God Statue APOLLO ON SWAN Greek Roman Mythology Statue Real Bronze Powder Cast Sculpture, 11-inch

God of War Aries (Mars) Greek Roman Mythology Statue Sculpture Artemis Greek Moon Goddess Statue Athena Greek Goddess Bronzed Statue Sculpture Minerva

Atlas - Greek Mythology Sculpture - Trinket Box Dionysus (Bucchus) Greek Roman God of Wine Statue Eros (Cupid) & Psyche Greek Roman Mythology Lovers Statue

Poly Greek Column Granite 32-Inch Hades (Pluto) and Cerberus, Greek Roman God of the Underworld Statue Hera & Peacock Statue - Greek Mythology

Hercules - Back View
Shooting Arrow Statue
Greek Sculpture
Hercules - front View
Shooting Arrow Statue
Greek Sculpture
Greek Olympian God Hermes Bronze Statue

Medusa Greek Statue Figurine Bronzed Finish Pan Faun Statue Greek Mythology Greek Ironwork Spartan Helmet

Themis Goddess of Justice & Law Statue Real Bronze Powder Cast Sculpture Greek Statue – Greek Wrestlers Zeus Statue - King of the Gods - Greek Mythology

Create stunning displays of ancient Greece arts in your home with these Greek figurines and bronzes.

Many of these exquisite ancient Greek statues are replicas of museum pieces.

If you’re looking for Greek gifts, these beautiful ancient Greek statues are stunning and will bring a classic Greek theme to any home.

The Greek gods and goddesses

Aphrodite was the goddess of love, desire and beauty. She was the patron of love and lovers. She tricked other gods into love affairs and was in a love affair with Aries.

Apollo was the god of the arts, archery and divination. He is the epitome of a Greek god. When so many gods relished playing tricks and causing chaos, the young, beardless and handsome Apollo represented order, harmony and civilization.

Aries was the son of Zeus and Hera. The god of war, although tall and handsome, he was considered cruel and murderous. He enjoyed the battle of war and the shedding of blood.

Artemis was the goddess of moon and nature. In this statue she is standing on the surface of the moon, wearing stag horns and drawing her bow.

Atlas carried the world on his shoulders! This statue is actually a secret trinket box!

Dionysus Eros was the god of love. He flew around with his special bow ready to shoot the arrow of love into the hearts of unsuspecting humans! We can all have a little of his help from time to time.

Hades was the god of the underworld. Humans would place coins on the eyes of their loved ones when they died to pay Hades for safe transport to the next world.

Hera was the queen of the gods and wife to Zeus. A goddess of women and marriage, she was jealous of her adulterous husband and would take vengeance on those who betrayed her, including mortals who had offended her. She is portrayed with a youthful demeanour and a motherly wisdom. The beautiful plumed peacock was one of her chief symbols.

The mighty Hercules, known for his strength, this statue shows him wearing the pelt of the Nemean Lion, shooting the poisoned arrow at the Stymphalian birds.

Hermes was the messenger of the gods. Son of Zeus, he relayed messages amongst the gods and to the humans. He had winged shoes and a winged hat.

The gorgon Medusa had a hideous head full of snakes. Anyone who looked at here was turned to stone. She was slain by Perseus.

Pan Faun in Greek mythology was the companion of the nymphs, god of shepherds and their flocks, hunting and rustic music – playing his panpipes. He has the hindquarters, legs and horns of a goat in the manner of a faun.

Themis was an oracle at Delphi and became known as the goddess of divine justice. She is often depicted carrying the scales of justice in one hand and a sword in the other, while her eyes are blindfolded. This is to symbolise the fair and equal administration of the law without compromise, avarice, prejudice or favour in the legal systems throughout the world.

Zeus was the King of the gods, the highest and most prominent of the entire Greek Pantheon. His chief symbol was the lightning bolt, which he would strike out with at the other gods and at the humans. Although married to Hera, he had many affairs with the other goddesses and humans alike. From these affairs he had many offspring, gods or demi-gods.

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