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Alma Mater, 1904: Bonded Marble Resin Statue
by artist Daniel Chester French (1850-1931)
The beautiful Alma Mater, a sculpture of the goddess Athena, holds a scepter, a crown, an open bible and a lamp to symbolize wisdom and teaching. An alumnus commission, this amazing sculpture reigns on the campus of Manhattan's well-regarded Columbia University. Our scaled, gallery-quality bonded marble resin figurine is a regal decor piece and a fitting gift.
6½"Wx6"Dx10½"H. 5 lbs.
Alma Mater, 1904: Bonded Marble Resin Statue is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Broke the Moment I Got It out of the Box Obviously, this "Bonded Marble Resin" is as fragile as glass. I had to learn the hard way.
Date published: 2013-09-11
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