Lilith and the Serpent
Lilith and the Serpent is a bronze sculpture depicting the mythological character, Lilith, the first wife of Adam. Some myths state that she, under the influence of the Adversary, spoke for the serpent to tempt Eve with the forbidden fruit. She later became cursed as a demon and tormented the posterity of Adam and Eve. She was known for bring death and ruin by seducing men and stealing children. This bronze sculpture is 42" inches tall and weighs 45 pounds.