This one of our unique and exclusive hand crafted Medieval reproduction carvings. This is a cast replica produced from a mould taken directly from the original carving found upon the Misericords within Chester Cathedral, England. We have exclusive permission to take moulds from original medieval carvings from within the Cathedrals & Abbeys of Britain and to then reproduce them for sale. These reproductions are cast from a resin composite and then stained to give the product all the fine detail, feel and authenticity of the original carving.
Green Man #3 (Chester Cathedral).
Taken from the Medieval (C.1380) carvings found upon the misericords and supports from within the choir stalls of Chester Cathedral. This carving is of the legendary pagan image of the Green Man. This is an ancient symbol dating back to at least Pagan times and represents the eternal cycle of life, from birth to death and then to be carried on through rebirth in the next generation. This has very close links with Mother Nature and the natural world and the connections and similarities with all life upon this planet. Life being mortal for us all but the cycle of life is forever.
This reproduction has been taken from the original carving that captures all the fine detail that is found in the original. Designed to be wall mounted this artefact makes a beautiful and attractive focal point in the home. This product comes with a hanging hook and product label.
Size (H) 14cm x (W) 14cm.
v This is a great opportunity to purchase a true piece of Englands Rich cultural History.
v Our reproductions are so authentic, copied directly from the original carvings they include all the original cracks & chips from over centuries of use along with wood worm, wood grain and the makers tool marks. Beautifully colour stained and toned they are virtually indistinguishable from the originals.
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