I love Katharina’s goddesses and have one myself. Her item description are also very interesting. Her shop is at http://www.etsy.com/people/gislebertus.
“I’ve been making mother goddesses and fertility figures for several years and have found the research and process to be both deeply moving and fascinating. As an art history graduate with an interest in prehistoric and ancient art many of my figurines are based on original pieces that I’ve researched and seen in museums. All my figurines are hand sculpted, one of a kind pieces. They represent almost every culture in the world; including Europe, Persia, China, Japan, South America, and Africa. These prehistoric sculptures have also inspired me to create my own original pieces that are interpretations of those produced in various cultures throughout history. I’ve made hundreds of various types and I have a lot of fondness for all of them, even the bizarre and alien looking ones. I never tire of making mother goddesses and am always looking for new sources of inspiration.”