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Get your beautiful replica of the famous original that currently resides in the Louvre in Paris.

BRONZED VENUS DE MILO STATUE Bronzed Venus De Milo Statue 7185 by Pacific Giftware7185 Pacific Giftware
This bronzed finished statue, Venus De Milo, also known as Aphrodite of Melos, is a replica of the original statue that currently resides in the Louvre in Paris. Originally sculpted in approximately 130 B.C., it was rediscovered in 1820 on the Aegean island of Melos. This smaller replica statue stands 11 inches tall, is 3 inches wide and 3 1/4 inches deep. Made of cold cast bronzed resin, it has a hand-painted finish, to give it the look of aged patina on bronze metals. The cold-cast bronze construction gives a very nice and realistic feel to the sculpture and adds substantial weight in compliment to its relative size. The bottom of the base is lined with felt for the protection of any display surface. Don't miss out on this awesome piece at a great price. Get yours now!


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Length:3 1/4"
Width: 3"
Height: 11"
Material Cold Cast Bronze Resin
Based on original statue in the Louvre
Felted under base
Weight: 2.7 lbs
Designed for indoor use only.

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Aphrodite of Milos, better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture. Created at some time between 130 and 100 BCE, it is believed to depict Aphrodite (Venus to the Romans) the Greek goddess of love and beauty. Its arms and original plinth have been lost. The Aphrodite of Milos is widely renowned for the mystery of her missing arms. There is a filled hole below her right breast that originally contained a metal tenon that would have supported the separately carved right arm. The statue is named after the Greek island of Milos, where it was discovered on 8 April 1820 by a peasant named Yorgos Kentrotas, inside a buried niche within the ancient city. It is a marble sculpture, slightly larger than life size at 6 ft 8 inches (203cm) high.

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