Blind Lady Justices Statues and Sculptures for Sale | Statue.com
Shop Blind Justice statues, Blindfolded Justice sculptures, Lady Justice statues and Themis sculptures. Three names associated with the Greek Goddess epitomizing that virtue. A sword in one hand signifying power, scales in the other denoting impartiality, blindfolded to assure fairness in judgment. The Lady Justice statue ranks as one of the most well known statues in the world. Although, this statue is not typically attributed to any one famous sculptor, the fact that it adorns so many of the world’s courthouses has rendered it one of the more well known sculptures.While it goes by many names, the most popular are Lady Justice, Scales of Justice, and Blind Justice. The statue dates it origins from ancient Greek and Roman times as the lady represented is Themis, the goddess of justice and law. Well known for her clear sightedness, she typically holds a sword in one hand and scales in the other. The scales that she holds represent the impartiality with which justice is served and the sword signifies the power that is held by those making the decision. During the 16th century, artists started showing the lady blindfolded to show that justice is not subject to influence. From this, the statue earned the name Blind Justice. Statue.com is proud to offers these Lady Justice Statues for decorating your home or office. They remain an especially popular item for decorating the conference rooms or waiting areas of legal offices. These statues are available in a dedicated gallery called Blind Justice, Lady Justice, Themis, but there are also reproductions in our lamps and clocks galleries.