In Greek mythology, Gaea (or Gaia), is The Primordial Earth or Mother Goddess. She was one of the deities who governed the universe before The Titans existed.
In the creation myth, Chaos came before everything else. He was made of Void, Mass and Darkness in confusion; and then earth in the form of Gaea came into existence. From “Mother Earth” sprang the starry heavens, in the shape of the sky God Uranus, and from Gaea also came the mountains, plains, seas and rivers that make up the Earth we know today.
Details of Gaia, Primordial Earth Goddess:
She emerges from the ground with mushrooms with more vegetation surrounding the base.
In her right hand, twined with greenery, she holds a stalk of wheat on which a blue bird sits.
Her breasts are covered in beautiful, dainty flowers and greenery which merge into her long locks.
Her face is youthful with rosy-peach cheeks and a bit of light green on her eyelids.
From her crown are branches and fruits with birds and their nests and a wise owl.
She is 10 and 1/2 inches tall and is a gorgeous polystone creation giving you a museum quality statue.