Collections: Figurines, Figurines and Statuary, Greek and Roman Mythology, Newly Added!
Type: Sculptures & Statues
Pythia was the title given to the priestess who gave cryptic prophecies within Delphi, the Temple dedicated to Apollo. If you are looking for inspiration or classical beauty, display this Pythia Oracle of Delphi in your home. Crafted from cold cast bronze, this hand-painted figure depicts a priestess seated on a stool. She wears an orange chiton and palla, loose flowing garments popular in ancient Greece. Her long hair tumbles down her shoulders. She is adorned in jeweled accessories. She holds a carved dish of spring water and a green laurel branch as she prepares to divine the messages from the gods. Her cauldron-shaped stool is supported by three-clawed feet. This Pythia Oracle of Delphi is a perfect gift for history buffs and mystics.
All information about metaphysical properties is for reference only. It is a combination of research on how the gemstones have been used by different cultures today and throughout history, and our own personal experience. We do not recommend using crystals as a substitute for conventional medical or psychological treatment and do not claim they cure or heal medical conditions. Please always listen to the advice of your medical professional and only use crystals as a complementary therapy in addition to medical treatment.