Faraway Garden St Francis of Assisi
“For it is in giving that we receive.” St Francis of Assisi
Faraway Garden St Francis of Assisi is one of our guardian statues as he is the patron saint of animals and natural environment, therefore a perfect addition to any garden setting. He is pictured below in Sepia.
St Francis lived during the early Renaissance period and many tales exist of his influence as he moved around. An account describes how one day, while Francis was traveling with some companions, they happened upon a place in the road where birds filled the trees on either side. Francis told his companions to "wait for me while I go to preach to my sisters the birds." The birds surrounded him, intrigued by the power of his voice, and not one of them flew away. He is often portrayed with a bird in his hand.
Over many years, statues have played a prominent role as focal points in gardens. From the most grand and ornate gardens with large figures, to small creatures in a naturalistic setting, statues bring life and surprise to a garden.
Dimensions: height 500mm, weight 12kg
- Handcrafted locally
- Makes a beautiful statue for your garden setting
- Designed to weather naturally and last
- Made at Faraway Garden, NZ
- Great looks. They are individually finished to the highest standards with each item guaranteed to be a one-of-a-kind, character piece.
- Long lasting and environmentally kind. They are constructed of premium quality materials, found locally, insuring each piece will truly stand the test of time.
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