From English folklore, Herne the antlered Hunter. Standing proudly in the forest, Herne, God of the Hunt looks around, a short bow in his right hand, a hunting horn in his left.
He wears only a fur wrapped around his waist to protect his modesty. Sculpted here with a red snake around his neck, large antlers emerging from his head, and at his his feet, a wolf prowls with a faun. The perfect mythological piece for any altar.