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Angel of Grief Monument Statue
After the 1894 original by William Wetmore Story, in the Protestant Cemetery, Rome
From her delicate wings and arms to the tendrils at the nape of her neck, the detail of this exclusive, designer resin Victorian angel is amazing. Inspired by the monument that American poet and sculptor William Wetmore Story designed as an homage to his wife Emelyn, our desktop version features a raised lettered message reminding you to celebrate life.
The inscription reads: “The bud was spread to show the rose our Saviour smiled the bud was closed. Anon”

Desktop: 3½"Wx7½"Dx7½"H. 2 lbs.
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love it I bought this after the death of my son..what a fitting angel... August 1, 2014
I am happy that this is a replica of William Story's Angel of Grief. There are so many different copies of the original tombstone sculpted by William Story for his wife. Only wish it had the inscriptions on it that you would see at the Protestant cemetery in Rome, Italy. I have collected miniature angels for nearly 50 years. I am thrilled to have this angel and she elicits various personal emotions each time I look at her. July 24, 2014
Provided solace to a grieving parent This is such a beautiful statue. I have seen it as a grave monument. They both reduce me to tears! April 12, 2014
Why I purchased Angel of Grief I have a poster "Angel of Grief" and when I saw Toscano's Angel of Grief, it matched the poster perfectly. It's a beautiful statue. I just feel it's a bit over-priced. January 18, 2014
It's ok The quality seemed good, but mine was on the yellow side, the image looks more like the classic beige/white marble look. So I found that to be misleading. I also pictured the image to be a little bet bigger then it actually is. November 18, 2013
I love the reverence of this sculper! I have recently bought one of these last month. We had a death in the family and I got it instead of flowers. So many peope wanted to know where i found it, and talked about the beauty and meaning of this Angel of Grief. Now, I need one for my daughters memory in her garden outside. It gives me peace and consolation, and I needed the support this Angel gives me! Thank you, and God Bless you! June 13, 2013
Ok, but... Just. Don't. Blink. That is all I need to say to warn you. May 19, 2013
Uncomparable in beauty, fathomless emotionality, and sculptural perfection. This angel monument is a most flawless concrete representation of grief in all of its ultimate implicit and silent surrender. I have bought many over the years -- as acknowledgement, support, and understanding for bereaved family and friends suffering with the loss of loved ones -- and for myself for comfort with my own sorrows. This angel is a beautiful, simple, inspiration of compassion, consolation, and strength. September 18, 2012
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