Roman Lares gods
Roman families felt a great veneration for the lares gods, who were represented in the form of small figures. And although they did not belong to the 'official' religion, it was very common for each house to have a lararium where these gods, protectors of the home, were venerated.
These statuettes used to be made of bronze or terracotta.
This bronze Lar figurine is perfect as a self-gift or to give as an offering so that the recipient feels protected.