Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus
Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus
Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus
Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus
Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus
Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus

Greek Pan Statue / Roman Faunus

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The divine touched every part of Greek and Roman life, and the deity responsible for watching over the shepherds was the free-spirited mountain and forest-dwelling Pan. Predominantly worshipped between 800 BC and AD 400, Pan is distinctive for his human torso, goat legs and horns sprouting from his head. He is said to be the son of Hermes and a forest Nymph, Penelope. However, there are various myths connected with his parentage that give differing versions of his lineage.  

Many tales are told of Pan, and his strong association with music and dancing means he is often credited with inventing the panpipes.

It is said that he made the first panpipes out of hollow reeds that had once been the nymph Syrinx, who was transformed into a clump of reeds by Gaia in an attempt to protect Syrinx from Pan's amorous and very unwanted advances.  

Pan had a reputation of sneaking up on and frightening travellers, thus leading to the creation of the term 'panic'. Thank goodness we have soothing panpipe music to counteract this sense of panic ;) 


White Earthenware or Pipeclay


Approx. 430 mm tall, 180mm wide, 100 deep


As with all my Museum Quality Replicas, we have made this pot, as the original would have been, entirely by hand from natural clay and using replicas of the types of tool that the ancient makers would have used. As each pot varies, you may not receive the same cup in the image, but you can be sure that your pot will be one of a kind due to the variations caused by the firing process. 


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Please be aware that due to items being handmade and finished, colour variations will occur during the making process, and each replica will have some differences.  Also, know that the item photographed may not be the one that you receive, and colours can appear differently on different screens.  Please ensure you look at all the images to get a fully formed idea of the item you are ordering as we try to capture the variations within the images we share.  If you prefer a specific colour variation, please contact us before ordering. 

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Hello Graham and Sarah, I wanted to message because I ordered your holy grail pot for my dad's birthday and he is over the moon with it.

Rachel Frankish

Many thanks again for all of the pottery - this will help bring our new Heritage learning programme to life!

Nottingham University Museum

I love it! I love everything about it, what it represents, why you made it and the history behind it. It was worth the wait! Thank you so much.

Gillian Castle

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