Known by many names throughout historical representation and folklore the Green Man is known as an ancient symbol of prosperity, the cycle of life and that which is untameable in nature.
To many they are the Spring/Summer representation of the Horned God, or Herne of The Hunt. To others the foliate face can represent the wilder aspects of nature and the unstoppable growth that builds momentum after the Winter Solstice.
The Goddess and Green Man figures in both historical representation and folklore most-importantly represent the progression of time and life in balance.
Both the Green Man and Goddess ornaments are 2" in diameter.
Hang in a window to slowly release the honey-sweet smell of the wax, on display year-round or festively.