Greek Goddess Hygieia Statue


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Hygieia was a daughter of the god of medicine, Asclepius, and the goddess of soothing pain, Epione. She was associated with the prevention of sickness. This bronze Greek Goddess Hygieia Statue is a lovely addition to any collection. Crafted from cold cast bronze, this statue has been hand-painted to show every detail. Hygieia stands, wearing a belted chiton, with a snake wrapped loosely around her body. The snake and grass are green and her chiton is red with gold fibulae. Hygieia feeds the snake from a bowl in her hand. She was the personification of health, cleanliness, and sanitation. This collectible bronze figure makes a great gift for health professionals and historians.

Key Features:

  • Hand-painted to bring out every detail
  • Depicts Greek goddess Hygieia with a snake
  • Inspired by the Greek spirit of sanitation
  • Perfect for health workers and reenactors
  • Excellent gift or home decor idea


  • Made from Cold Cast Bronze


  • Height: 10.75 Inches


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