Figure of the Riace Bronzes on column. Figure in lost wax bronze, column made of reconstituted marble (marble powder plus binder).
To ensure safe transport, the figure is shipped disassembled with self-adhesive to stick on the pedestal.
- Total height figure + column: 48,5 cm.
- Height of the figure: 13 cm.
- Width x Depth: 12 x 12 cm
Reproduction of one of the figures of the pair of Riace Bronzes on a white Corinthian column.
Reproduction of the so-called Riace Bronzes. The Riace Bronze statues (Italian: Bronzi di Riace), also known as the Riace Warriors, are two famous Greek bronze statues of naked bearded warriors that were cast around 460-420 BC and found in the sea near Riace in 1972. The size of the originals is 205 cm and 198 cm. The bronze statues are currently housed in the “Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia” in the southern Italian city of Reggio Calabria, Italy.