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Our Lady Statues

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Our Lady statues actually refer to our Blessed Virgin Mary. There are many different statues available and each one shows a different scene from Mary’s life, or has a different meaning it all depends on what your personal preference is and what you would like the statue to represent. Our Lady statues come in many different sizes, for out door and indoor use, as well as many different materials such as hand carved wood, metal, pewter and plastic.


Our Lady statues can make a very religious statement in any catholic’s home or garden and they are a way to show your faith and devotion as well as making a very interesting and nice centre piece for you home that will be the envy of your friends and family and any who visit your home. Our Lady or the Virgin Mary is a term which carries the belief in the virginity of Mary as well as her continuing role within the church and within the lives of Christians all over the world. Mary is often referred to as Our Lady, Mother of God and the Blessed Virgin. Mary was the first Christian saint and the mother of Jesus and was deemed to be a compassionate mediator between suffering and mankind, her son Jesus was seen as King and Judge.


Some earlier Our Lady statues show representations of Mary as the Throne of Heaven which show Mary and the child Jesus crowned as royalty and these statues are still available today in replicas for you to keep in your own home, you can also get Our Lady statues showing Mary and Jesus together as well as Mary on her own. The Madonna and Child is also a very popular representation of Our Lady as it shows Mary seated and suckling the child Jesus as he turns his head to look at the spectator.


In Gothic and Renaissance formulas Our Lady statues show the Virgin Mary sitting with Jesus on her lap or in her arms. Some of the statues that we see today and are available to the public come in many different representations of Our Lady, from Mary with Jesus to Mary standing alone with a halo above her head; it is entirely up to you which statue you would choose to have in your home and what you would choose it to represent.


One popular Our Lady statue which you can purchase in sizes ranging from 12 inches to 18 inches is the Annunciation Mary statue. This is the revelation to Mary by the angel Gabriel that she would conceive a child which would be born the Son of God and this such statue shows Mary beautifully hand carved from wood and swathed in intractably detailed robes gazing into the distance, you can see the look of wonder and joy on her face and the Annunciation is one of the most frequent subjects of artists representations and they are one of the favourite statues among Christians. You can find out more about Our Lady statues from the internet and they are available from all good Christian stores.


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