The Baphomet statue is a representation of one of the most classic symbols of magic.
Baphomet is a pagan idol, whose worship were accused Knights Templar.
Applicant in the occult literature of the nineteenth century, there are various descriptions and iconography: an idol with a human skull, a head with two faces, a cat idol and a bearded head. The name was then taken up, in the same century, the supporters of occultism. The etymology of the name, controversial, is still uncertain today. The name of Baphomet, as suggested by the illustration of Levi, was also associated with time to the figure of Satan.
The statue is 25 cm high.