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the protector of the sanctity of the home and the keeper of the flame that binds communities together


An imaginative figure of goddess Hestia

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In the serene sanctity of a sacred space, the figure of Goddess Hestia stands with an aura of gentle warmth and unwavering calm.  In her right hand, she holds a modest, yet radiant bowl of fire, symbolizing the domestic hearth that was the center of family life and community gatherings in ancient times. This fire, unlike any ordinary flame, burns without consuming, representing the perpetual comfort and sanctuary offered by the home. It is a divine fire, one that nurtures, heals, and illuminates. Elevated in her left hand is a piece of this sacred fire, lifted high as if to bestow its blessing or perhaps to share its eternal warmth with those in need. This act signifies Hestia's role as the protector of the sanctity of the home and the keeper of the flame that binds communities together. It is a reminder of her generosity and her integral role in fostering harmony and goodwill. Next to Hestia stands a larger vessel of fire, its flames dancing gracefully. This grander fire symbolizes the public hearth of the city, the prytaneion, where the fire of Hestia burned continuously, uniting the community under its warm glow. This larger fire serves as a beacon of unity, hospitality, and shared identity among the city's inhabitants, highlighting Hestia's influence beyond the individual household and into the wider civic sphere. Hestia, the eldest daughter of Cronus and Rhea, chose to remain a virgin, turning away from the marriage proposals of Poseidon and Apollo. She thus devoted herself entirely to the hearth and the welfare of both the oikos (home) and the polis (city-state). Her commitment ensured that the fire of the hearth and the city remained pure and strong, symbolizing the heart and unity of the community. In her quiet strength, Hestia reminds us of the importance of the home as a sanctuary of warmth, peace, and kinship, a place where the flame of love and unity is eternally nurtured.

Product details



MATERIAL: polyresin


METHOD: molded


PATINA: cold cast bronze


Secure molded styrofoam packaging