Accessory Mascots

Male Figures:  1920s The God Pan.

1920s mascot of the God Pan playing his reed pipes.  Pan was the god of goats, and sheep, and their shepherds.  He was the god of bee keeping.  He was also a god of music, playing upon the reed pipes he made from the transformed body of the nymph Syrinx.  It was said his music could inspire panic in any who heard it.  Sometimes he was a minor god of the sea.  He was a god of prophesy and was also famous for being Randy (Greek women with a track record were known as Pan girls).  Above all he was the god of nature: meadows, forests, beasts, and even human nature.  Signed Mic on the base and with the small 1/4 inch BSF female thread to the bottom of the base for fixing, some might think this is a little small however please notice the extra back support that has been cast as part of the mascot.  The mascot stands 6.5 inches high not including the wood base, theses mascots are also found in bronze with a nickel plated finish and signed to the base Le Verrier.