Diana Huntress Large Marble Garden Ornament Sculpture

Product Code: MS07 EAN: 05060235330063

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Diana is goddess of the hunt in Roman mythology, traditionally pictured with a quiver of arrows and bow, with beautiful and youthful features as this statue so clearly displays.

As the daughter of Jupiter, she was treated with great reverence and widely worshipped. Such an important figure needs to be depicted in a manner that complements her standing, and there is no doubt that this portrayal is successful in that respect.

Both the quality of the craftsmanship and the materials are tremendously impressive, the marble has a lovely alabaster appearance, smooth and white. It will make a terrific centrepiece or focal point, demanding attention and admiration.

This statuary is sure to be a talking point in your garden for years to come.

Diana Huntress Features: 

  • Constructed from crushed Marble and Resin
  • White Smooth Alabaster Finish
  • Cold to the Touch


  • Height: 150cm (4ft 11ins)
  • Weight: 40kg (88lbs)

We also sell a wide range of other garden ornaments.

Due to the hand finish, illustrations may differ slightly from the actual colour. All weights and measurements are approximate.

Select Your Options

Do You Want A Plinth?

  • NO Plinth required

  • COMPLETE with White Plinth


Delivery Info

FREE Mainland UK Delivery*

*Please ask for a Quote for delivery to Scotland, Scottish Highlands, Offshore Islands, Northern Ireland or Ireland as extra Delivery Charges may apply. For a quote, please email us.

Your item will arrive packaged in a wooden crate and is curbside delivery only.

Enigma are manufacturers of fine products for the home and garden, produced in their factory for distribution throughout mainland UK and worldwide. Enigma produce marble composite statues, benches, bird baths, water features, buddha and deity statues, granite sculptures and lifelike sculptures.

Reviews (1)

Great recomendation

  • Delivery: Three Stars
  • Quality: Four Stars
  • Price: Five Stars

Your colleague Nathan suggested I looked at this statue. Based on his advice we purchased it and were delighted when she arrived all boxed up. She now sits among our rosemary plants looking every bit the classical greek goddess.

By Sarah and John Richards , written on Tuesday 17th, May, 2016.

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