Decorative figure of high quality, made in reconstituted marble (marble powder) and finely polished. Patinated with natural earth, which gives the figure the beauty of a sculpture aged by the course of time.
This sculpture can be exposed the weather (outdoors). Ideal for the decoration or as a gift.
The measure includes the base.
The winged victory of Samothrace, also known as Victory of Samothrace and Nike of Samothrace, is a sculpture of round bulge and belongs to the Rhodian School of the Hellenistic period. Actually, it is located in the Louvre Museum of Paris, France. In Greek the statue is called Nikí tis Samothrakis.
It has a height of 245 cm and was developed in marble around 190 BC. She comes from the sanctuary of the Cabeiri at Samothrace. Some experts attribute it to some probability Pithókritos of Rhodes. It was discovered in 1863 on the island of Samothrace (Samothraki, in Greek) by the French Consul Charles Champoiseau, an amateur archaeologist.