Leaf Man garden face plaque cast iron Green Man ~ Ent Tolkien Hobbit Tree Beard
Let the benevolent
Tree Man nature spirit
add a peaceful, mystical touch
to your home or garden!
Ents are a fictional race from J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy world of Middle-earth, which The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings stories take place in. Ents appear to have been inspired by the talking trees of many of the world's folklores.
Gargoyles were first used as accents in architecture and to scare away evil spirits in medieval times, mostly in cathedrals and castles.
The Leaf Man or Green Man of ancient pagan, druidic, and neo-pagan belief is a nature spirit of woodland places, plants, trees, & foliage. He represents fertility, springtime, and renewal and roams the woodlands of Europe in legend. Also called Green Jack, Jack-in-the-Green and Green George he is depicted as a face peering through leaves, usually Oak, which was sacred to druids, and a crown of leaves as a symbol of divinity.
Bearded tree garden plaque will weather naturally if outside, or to retain original finish simply spray with a protective clear-coat before exposing to the elements!
Detailed casting in an antiqued gold wash finish is a decorative accent for any room in your home, cabin, cottage, or for your porch, patio or garden!
Plaque is new and measures 11 inches high, 8 inches wide, and 2 ½ inches deep.