Herne Green Man
Sculpture finished in the colours
of the forest
Herne is the spirit of the forest.
The great horned one said to have been one of the keepers
of the Forest of Windsor in the reign of King
Richard the second.
His ghostly presence has been felt for centuries,
in this old forest. He is usually seen walking around an
old oak or most notably on his horse leading the wild hunt.
He is hand made by Kathleen Minton in marble
mixture in her studio and is
unique to Spirit of the Green Man
Large size: 42cms high x 29cms wide.
Weight: Approx. 6kgs.
Complete with wall hook.
fully weather proof so suitable for outside use.
Kathleen with a completed Herne Sculpture
ready for a customer.
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Herne has been linked to the Celtic God Cernunnos
and of course mentioned by Shakespeare:
“Doth all the winter-time, at still midnight,
Walk round about an oak, with great ragg’d horns;
And there he blasts the tree and takes the cattle,
And makes milch-kine yield blood and shakes a chain,
In a most hideous and dreadful manner.
You have heard of such a spirit and well you know,
The superstitious idle-headed eld,
Receiv’d and did deliver to our age,
This tale of Herne for a truth.”
William Shakespeare, “The Merry Wives of Windsor”
Herne’s Owl Companion.
Herne’s Squirrel Friend.
He also has Mice and Snail Friends!
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It's a gift for my wife, these are the best green men I've seen and i have seen quite a few ,
I'm sure we will be back for more.
Feedback on this Green Man: 5th June 2015:
Many thanks for your super-efficient service: my Green Man arrived today!
He really is rather superb, beautifully detailed and he’ll be a most handsome addition to my garden.
You’re clearly very talented.
Many thanks once again”.