Aradia Queen of Witches Cold Cast Bronze Statue
Aradia is a character in a book composed by American folklorist Charles Godfrey Leland, published in 1899. In a composite of translations from Italian manuscript, Leland's book documented the religious texts and rituals of a group of Italian pagan witches.
Whether this group actually existed is debated, but Aradia has emerged as a beloved figure of the Pagan community. She is the daughter of Diana and Lucifer, the first witch on earth.
This handpainted statue is made of cold-cast bronze resin. Measures approximately 10" tall, 6" wide, and 4½" deep.