The goddess of eternal youth, love and beauty, can be near you.
You’ll feel that you has in your hands an ancient original of marble
Made in reconstituted marble (marble dust with synthetic resin).
Height: 47 cm.
Approx. weight: 6 kg.
The Aphrodite of Milos, better known as Venus of Milo is one of the most representative statues of the Hellenistic period of Greek sculpture, and one of the most famous sculptures of the ancient Greece. It was created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, and is believed that it represented Aphrodite (called Venus by the Romans), goddess of love and beauty. Sculpted in marble in a size slightly larger than size of a person, the author is anonymous, although traditionally has been attributed to Praxiteles. He is currently located in the Louvre museum in Paris.