Yemaya is the goddess of the living ocean, considered the mother of all. She brings fish to the fishermen and the crescent moon is her sign. This Yemaya Standing on Ocean Wave makes a lovely addition to any home altar or beach display. First celebrated in the African Yoruba religion as the patron deity of the Ogun river, Yemaya is now venerated as a sea goddess in parts of South America and the Caribbean as well. Crafted from cold cast bronze, this African goddess statue has been hand-painted to display a lustrous finish. Yemaya wears a diaphanous gown with geometric trim at the neck and cuffs. She is adorned in a pearl necklace and a jeweled circlet with a star on her forehead. Yemaya stands on crashing waves with arms outstretched and hands open. This bronze goddess figure is perfect for followers of Yoruba or Santeria, or anyone who loves the ocean.
Displays intricate detailing
Made from Cold Cast Bronze and hand-painted in metallic colors
Inspired by the Yoruba Orisha Yemaya
Displays a maiden standing on ocean waves
Makes a lovely gift or home decor idea
Perfect for sailors and ocean lovers
Approximate Height: 12.75 Inches
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