Lawn Jockey With Lantern Sculpture will light the pathway to your home and welcome your guest. This sculpture does have a left matching sculpture so please see our related products. Know facts about antique lawn jockey statues: The jockey, in a secret way, pointed to safe houses along the Underground Railroad. "These statues were used as markers on the Underground Railroad throughout the South into Canada," said historian and author Charles Blockson, curator of the Afro-American Collection at Temple University in Philadelphia. "Green ribbons were tied to the arms of the statue to indicate safety; red ribbons meant to keep going." He added. "But this figure which was sometimes used in a clandestine nature, and sometimes without the knowledge of the person who owned the statue, was a positive and supportive image to American-Americans on the road to freedom." This sculpture is made in the USA of cast stone and you do have a choice of finishes.