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GREEK GODDESS OF HEARTH AND HOME 
GREEK HESTIA STATUES
 ROMAN VESTA STATUES
Her Vestal Virgins tended the flames of Rome
HESTIA OIL LAMP
hestia goddess statue Hestia or Vesta Goddess Statue

Hestia / Vesta with Flaming Torch
Cold Cast Bronze Hand finished Statue


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hestia goddess statue Hestia or Vesta Goddess Statue
12 inches high
4 1/4" x 4 3/4" x 12"

Hestia / Vesta with Flaming Torch
Cold Cast Bronze Hand finished Statue


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Hestia Enthroned Hestia or Vesta Goddess Statue

8 inch Enthroned Hestia / Vesta
White or ivory colored Gypsumstone.


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Vesta with Pales Vesta (Roman) with Pales Plaque
Hestia (Greek) Goddess Statue


Vesta is accompanied by the donkey-god Pales, a symbol of creative labor and fertility throughout the ancient world.
The serpent represents Vesta's generative function, while her scepter and headdress signify her rank.
 7 x 8 inch Brown/gray Gypsumstone statue.

$29.00

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[Berlin Staatliche Museum, 2nd cent. CE] 

Miniature Goddess Hestia Statue

Miniature Goddess Hestia Statue
Goddess Vesta Statue

4 inch Enthroned Hestia
White marble-colored Gypsumstone.

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$25.00

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Hestia: Greek Goddess of the Hearth and Home
Vesta: Roman Goddess of the Hearth and Home 

Hestia, in the high dwellings of all, both deathless gods and men who walk on earth, you have gained an everlasting abode and highest honor: glorious is your portion and your right. For without you mortals hold no banquet, where one does not duly pour sweet wine in offering to Hestia both first and last.   ~
Homeric Hymn to Hestia~

Daughter of Chronos and Rhea, Hestia is Hearth, the first born of the Olympians. Hestia, who discovered how to build houses, extends her power over altars, hearths, and states.

The guardian of innermost thoughts and desires, prayers and sacrifices end with acknowledging Her. Some say the snake here is symbolic of a woman who was complete without a husband or man, while others say the snake is about renewal and regeneration. The snake eats peacefully from Hestia's bowl in this depiction.

A virgin goddess, Hestia can never be ensnared by the goddess of love. Instead of marriage, Zeus granted that her place should be in the very midst of the house. For that reason mortals did not hold banquet without offering to Hestia both first and last, and many homes naturally included an altar to Hestia.

Her Roman name was Vesta, and her Vestal Virgins tended the sacred flame of Rome. 
Vesta was very important Roman Goddess. Her priestesses, called Vestal Virgins, vowed to remain virigins for 30 year. If they broke this vow, they were
buried alive!

She invites abundance and well-being into your home. Place Hestia, on your altar or mantle and she will bless your home with abundance and well-being, signified by the measure of wheat and fresh round bread loaf under her throne.