Pan Statues

Add some Greek mythology to your home decor with one of our awesome statues and collectibles of Pan, the god of the wild. We offer a wide array of these collectibles. They come in different styles and finishes. Some have a beautiful metallic finish. Also, intricate detailing gives these statues a more lifelike appearance. Many of them feature the god with a pan flute. Regardless of which item you choose, they add a great touch of Greek mythology to any decor. They look awesome in your home or office. Stop and browse this wonderful array of Pan statues. We are sure to have something that interests you.

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Seated Pan

Item # WU-1756
The half goat half man Pan was the son of Hermes and the nymph Dryope. Pan was a god of creativity, music, poetry, sensuality, and fertility. Pan loved wine, springtime, and physical pleasures. This Seated Pan plays his pan flute.

Pan Statue

Item # CC8898
Not only is he perhaps one of the most recognized satyrs in mythology, but Pan is recognized as a Greek god of the wilds and of rustic music. In the Pan Statue, the half man, half goat sits atop a stump, pipes held securely in hand.

Pan God of Wild Nature

Item # TL-3357
Always depicted as a man with the legs and horns of a goat, the Greek god Pan was a god of wild nature, rustic music, and shepherds. The Pan God of Wild Nature shows this godly satyr as he sits with his musical reed pipes.

Pan Ashtray

Item # CC8294
The Pan Ashtray features a Celtic bowl, with three images of Pan on the sides. In Greek mythology, Pan is the companion of the nymphs. He is the God of shepherds and flocks. This ashtray is made of cast resin and painted by hand.

Chubby Greek Pan Statue

Item # OL-F68394
Greek god of the wilderness, Pan is particularly known for his goat-like features and penchant for panpipe playing. The Chubby Greek Pan Statue depicts this wild Greek deity in charming detail, made of sturdy, ceramic-feel fiberglass.

Bronze Pan and Nymph Statue

Item # WU-1946
In Greek mythology, the god Pan spends his time in the company of nymphs, feasting, dancing, and playing music. The Bronze Pan and Nymph Statue depicts the woodgod with one of his consorts engaged in one such moment of revelry.