The lion has long symbolized unyielding strength, power, and ferocity. The lion is known to go after what it wants and never backs down from a fight, so it's no wonder why humans respect this majestic creature so much. This is why when you ask someone to name a big cat species, almost everyone's first thought is the lion; this is because the lion's powerful, majestic beauty is hard to forget.
Despite being such fierce animals, the lion is the only known cat that actively lives in groups and creates strong social bonds with the members of their pride. Because of these qualities, the lion inspires us not just to go after what we want but also reminds us to care for the familial bonds we have.
Statues of lions have long adorned the entranceways of homes and buildings for generations because a lion statue fends off bad luck and acts as a guardian from thefts and accidents.
Purchase a well-built lion statue today for an outdoor garden space that perfectly blends and showcases the unparalleled power, pride, and majesty of one of the biggest cat's in the world.
The elephant is known to symbolize luck and prosperity. Yet, thanks to their powerful forms, elephants are excellent are removing obstacles and opposing forces from their paths which is why they are also known to represent wisdom, long life, and memory.
Furthermore, the elephant is an excellent symbol of memory thanks to the fact that the part of the brain associated with memory is larger and denser than humans, which is why the saying, "an elephant never forgets," was started.
In addition, elephants are among some of the most intelligent animals on Earth and can form deep social bonds thanks to their caring natures. If you've ever encountered an elephant at the zoo, then you know these beautiful creatures, despite their size, are curious, gentle giants, which is no wonder why we love them so much.
Statues of elephants are believed to bring good luck to a home or building since elephants act as saviors and protectors by warding off negative energy if, according to feng shui, you point the elephant outwards.
Buy a durable elephant statue or two today and place them in your garden to bring it and yourself good luck while preventing negative energy from invading your life. Every time you gaze upon your elephant statue, these gentle giants will remind you that the larger you are, the kinder your heart can be.
The buffalo, also known as the bison, symbolizes abundance and manifestation as well as strength, health, and stamina. Like the traditional cow, a buffalo can be milked and currently produces the second most consumed milk after the conventional cow.
Native Americans revered and respected the buffalo and considered them great companions. Some Native American tribes even centered their entire religions around the buffalo, making them a symbol of how they should live their own lives in harmony with nature. Taking all this into account, the Native American people ensured that every part of the buffalo found a use and nothing went to waste.
It's no wonder that the buffalo symbolizes abundance, with males weighing as much as 2,000 pounds and reaching a height of 6 feet tall and females weighing as much as 1,000 and reaching a height of 4.5 feet tall; the buffalo is the largest mammal in North America.
Statues of buffalos in your home and garden are sure to bring abundance and prosperity to your garden and yourself. While also reminding you to be free and in harmony with the nature surrounding you.
Add a well-crafted buffalo statue to your home or garden today, and liven up your space with the strength and hearty dignity of the largest mammal that calls North America home.
There's no question why the eagle symbolizes such inspiring qualities as bravery, courage, honor, pride, and determination. In addition, its intimidating beauty and unquenchable independence instill a sense of awe and respect from all that gaze upon it.
With some eagles reaching a wingspan over 7 feet in length, the sight of them taking off or midflight is a truly breathtaking sight. While the image of them with their talons out and ready to claim their prey is a powerful reminder that even though they're beautiful, they're still dangerous at their core.
So it's no wonder why in 1782, the founding fathers of the U.S. named the Bald Eagle the national bird of the country. Thanks to the many illustrious qualities of the eagle, not just its beauty but also its need for independence, it perfectly symbolized all that the young country stood for and hoped for in its future.
Statues of eagles in your garden are sure to grant it the same majestically severe beauty that the eagle evokes while reminding you of the importance of freedom, honor, and courage.
Include an exquisitely crafted eagle statue in your garden today, and never forget the very best qualities of this noble creature. In addition, an eagle statue in your garden is sure to grant it a sense of untamable power and grandeur.