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Venus de Milo Bust Statue
 
c. 2nd century B.C.
Thought to be the work of Alexandros of Antioch, this ideal of feminine beauty dates from the Hellenistic Age. Also known as Aphrodite of Milos, it was discovered in 1820 within the ancient city of Milos. Our version is cast in designer resin to capture the statue s stunning beauty and is set atop a faux ebony museum mount for display.

7½"Wx4"Dx12"H. 1 lb.
 
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ADORE THIS! Your Venus has the Perfect Proportions for a jewelry model! She sits on my dresser wearing all the long necklaces that are so popular now. She would be Beautiful anyway of course, but her functionality in this role is delightful :) The fact that you've made her light-weight and affordable makes it even better! GREAT JOB! September 1, 2013
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