Shop unique wholesale angel figurines and statues to add a touch of the heavenly to your gift shop inventory. With many different designs and themes to choose from, there is something for every type of customer. Angels and cherubs are always popular gifts for those in need of inspiration or comfort.
Garden angels are perfect decorative elements, capable of elevating the appearance of a property while offering a sense of simple spirituality. They can also be a great way to express your love and compassion for others. You can choose from a range of different styles, including those that carry hearts, messages of love, faith and peace or symbols of harmony with nature.
Most garden angels are made of resin, a type of plastic material that can be painted in a variety of colors. Other options include concrete and stone. Concrete garden angels are poured into molds, while stone ones are sculpted by artists directly into blocks of stone. As a result, they tend to be more expensive than resin angels.
Some garden angels are equipped with a functional feature, such as an integrated LED light that turns on automatically at twilight. This is an excellent option if you want to decorate a dark corner of your garden, or use the statue as a centerpiece for a flower bed. Garden angels with this function are often packaged in a gift box, making them a great present for friends and family members.
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The Weeping Angels were an incredibly powerful species of quantum-locked humanoids. They could trap people in petrified form by simply looking at them, and then they would continue to live off of their victim’s time energy.
When they were first encountered, they were kept captive by crime lord Julius Grayle, who had one adult manacled in his office and several of the baby Weeping Angels locked in his cellar. He was unaware that the Angel would feed on his victims’ life-force to sustain itself, and he fed it human flesh.
The Weeping Angel was eventually freed by the Eleventh Doctor, who wiped out the criminal’s entire gang of men. After the war, the Weeping Angel was given to a circus by Sammy Star for his “Magic of the Mind” show, but it was again freed by the Eleventh Doctor when the performance ended.
Standing angel statues are a lovely addition to any room in the house, and they also make a thoughtful gift for friends or family. These hand-carved pieces come in a variety of different sizes and are available in colored Linden wood or colored plaster. The Archangel Gabriel statue is a popular choice for Christians, as he was one of God’s special messengers. This angel is shown in a traditional white tunic and has gold trim on his wings.
Josephat hand-carves these standing angels in the same style that they make their Dryads Dancing sculptures, so you can expect these figurines to be very high quality. These fun folk art angels are made with bailing wire halos and salvaged barn tin wings, and they are a great way to show someone that you’re thinking about them.
Whether they are sculpted as prayer angels, guardian angels or angels with hearts, the gentle energies of these figurines exude serenity. They make a thoughtful gift for those in need of reassurance and wisdom or as a reminder to stay focused on their intentions.
Archangel Raphael is tasked with healing on all levels including the physical body and emotional traumas. He appears to me as deep royal blue energy (associated with the third-eye chakra located on the forehead between the eyebrows) or in human form wearing a white tunic and wings. He also displays the nurturing energies of wolves and deer.
The next grouping of angels is the cherubim. Ancient art depicts them as sphinx-like creatures with human faces. Among other things, they are the stewards of celestial records and the keepers of God’s knowledge. They are the heavenly equivalent of a teacher’s principal and oversee our world, including nations, cities and towns. They are also in charge of religion and politics. This is the grouping most ordinary people will interact with. Then come the principalities, shaped like rays of light.