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                                                                                                       Lord Byron was famously
                                                                                                       described as being “mad, bad
                                                                                                       and dangerous to know” by Lady
                                                                                                       Caroline Lamb. Byron (1788-
                                                                                                       1824) was an icon of his age and
                                                                                                       the subject of a major exhibition
                                                                                                       at the National Portrait Gallery in
                                                                                                       London during 2003.
                                                                                                       Haddonstone’s Byron is taken
                                                                                                       from a fine marble original
                                                                                                       carved by Edward Hodges Baily
                                                                                                       RA in c1826. During his
                                                                                                       lifetime, Byron was much admired
             Pan Term                                                    Bust of Pan                   for his extraordinary beauty of
             E690                                                        E695                          appearance as well as his
                                                                                                       poetic genius. Haddonstone’s
                                                                                                       replica captures the very essence
             This magnificent term depicts Pan, the Arcadian god of hills and   This bust is taken from our Pan
             woods, who is the protecting deity of flocks and herdsmen. He is    Term E690.            of Byron.
             portrayed as having the body of a man, but with the beard and horns                       Width of bust: 520mm (20 ⁄2”)
             of a goat, playing his syrinx. A beautiful lion’s skin, complete with mask,   Height: 770mm (30 ⁄4”)  Width of socle: 214mm (8 ⁄2”)
             robes his body and drapes the term pedestal shaft. Traditionally used   Width overall: 540mm (21 ⁄4”)  Height: 790mm (31”)
             for terminating a path or hedge, or alternatively is ideal for positioning    Width at base: 250mm (9 ⁄8”)  Weight: 71kg (156 lb)
             in a temple or grotto or as a focal point in a garden scheme.  Weight: 85kg (187 lb)
                                                                                                       Recommended pedestals:
             Height: 2020mm (79 ⁄2”)                                     Recommended pedestal: B310,   B490, B495
             Width at base: 700mm (27 ⁄2”)                               B440, B490, B495.
             Weight: 426kg (939 lb)

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