Hermes Bust Large
Hermes, a bust, from Praxiteles full statue, 2nd half of 4th century B.C. Hermes was one of the twelve main Olympian gods. He was known as a phallic god, god of fertility and good fortune. He was the son of Zeus and half brother to Apollo.
This bust is taken from the 2.34m statue, the only original work of Praxiteles to be found, at the
52 cm tall ... 100% Carrera marble but handmade in the UK