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HMO presents, an all original Bust collection. Beastly Beauties are a collection of 5 beautiful unearthly creatures of legends that inhabits this realm. Each of these mesmerising busts represent the 5 elements that man has come to love: Earth, Fire, Water, Wood, and Stone. Each beauty is a master of her element and together, ultimately they control men!
These Beastly Beauties are called such as they are dangerously beautiful and wield immense powers. Each element is recreated in stunning detail and presented in the highest quality possible. Every statue is finely crafted to perfection by our talented artists.
These creations are a truly unique vision and we at HMO are very proud to share this vision with you, the collector.

  • Empusa Bust

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    Empusa was the beautiful daughter of the goddess Hecate and the spirit Mormo. She feasted on blood by seducing young men as they slept, before drinking their blood and eating their flesh. Empusa is pictured as wearing brazen slippers and bearing flaming hair. By folk etymology, her name was said to mean "one-footed" (from Greek *έμπούς, *empous: en-, one + pous, foot). This gave rise to the iconography of a one-legged hybrid, with a donkey's leg and a bronze prosthetic leg
  • Hamadryad Bust

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    Hamadryad are supernatural creatures that live in trees in Greek mythology. They are a special class of nymphs. Hamadryad born in specific trees and has a very close relationship with the tree which became her residence. If the trees are inhabited dead, then she will die, too. Therefore, Dryads and the gods will punish anyone who harm trees.
  • HMO's Medusa Statue Bust
    HMO's Medusa Statue Bust

    Medusa Statue Bust

    SHIPPING NOW HMO's Medusa Statue is a Mythical Creatures comes from Greek Mythology, She was a Gorgon, a chthonic monster, and a daughter of Phorcys and Ceto. Like we know Gazing directly upon her would turn onlookers to stone. She was beheaded by the hero Perseus, who thereafter used her head as a weapon until he gave it to the goddess Athena to place on her shield. In classical antiquity the image of the head of Medusa appeared in the evil-averting device known as the Gorgonian. There's another story about the origin of Medusa. it was said that Medusa was known as a beautiful virgin priestess in Athena's temple. but she was raped by Poseidon on Athena's Temple, This makes the Athena angry, she changed Medusa 's hair of snakes and Curse Medusa so who ever gazing directly into her would turn to a stone. Available Globally
    $299.00
  • HMO - Siren Bust
    HMO - Siren Bust

    SIREN STATUE BUST

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    HMO's Siren Bust depicts a legendary mythical creature from Greek Mythology, they lived in Siren Scopuli Island. there's various opinion about where siren lived among many other traditions. They lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island. Roman poets placed them on an island called Siren scapula. In some later, rationalized traditions, the literal geography of the "flowery" island of Anthemoessa, or Anthemusa, is fixed: sometimes on Cape Pelorum and at others in the islands known as the Siren, near Paestum, or in Capreae. All such locations were surrounded by cliffs and rocks. Available Globally
    $299.00
  • Sphinx Bust

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    Sphinx was the most famous Mythological Creatures, sphinx is a mythical creature with a lion's body and Female Head. Sphinx, in Greek tradition, has the haunches of a lion, the wings of a great bird, and the face and breast of a woman. She is mythicized as treacherous and merciless. Those who cannot answer her riddle suffer a fate typical in such mythological stories, as they are killed and eaten by this ravenous monster. Unlike the Greek sphinx which was a woman, the Egyptian sphinx is typically shown as a man (an androsphinx). In addition, the Egyptian sphinx was viewed as benevolent in contrast to the malevolent Greek version and was thought of as a guardian often flanking the entrances to temples.