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Ancient Greek Bronze Museum Statue Replica of Prince of the Lilies (256)

$70.39

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$6.70 via Economy shipping (1 to 10 business days) to United States
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Estimated to arrive by Thu, Aug 1st. Details
$6.70 via Economy shipping (1 to 10 business days) to United States
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Category:

Candles

Quantity Available:

20 in stock

Condition:

New with tags

ASIN:

B00GHIKVK8

binding:

Kitchen

format:

Kitchen

Brand:

Iconsgr

manufacturer:

Handmade

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5% off w/ $50.00 spent

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

320689552

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Ancient Greek Prince of the lilies Code: 256 Dimensions: 14x7 cm 5.53x2.76 in Weight: 440gr Material: BRONZE Color: GREEN/GOLD OXIDIGATION This is a handmade statue of Prince of the Lilies made in Greece, from 100% bronze using the traditional lost wax technique. This is the same technique used by the ancient Greeks to create bronze sculptures and arsenal. The prototype which it was made by is a museum exhibit. The Green/Gold color is given through the process of oxidization Ancient Greek Prince of the lilies Dimensions: 14x7 cm 5.53x2.76 in Material: BRONZE Color: GREEN/GOLD OXIDIGATION The Prince of the Lilies or the Lily prince, is a celebrated ancient Minoan fresco on the Greek island of Crete dated to circa 1550 BC (the new palace period between 1700 and 1450 BC). The Minoan Frescoes Fresco painting was one of the most important forms of Minoan art. Unfortunately, many of the surviving examples are fragmentary. The walls of the great halls of the palaces and houses of Crete were skilfully decorated with frescoes. The paint was applied swiftly while the wall plaster was still wet, so that the colours would be completely absorbed and not fade. The Minoans followed the Egyptian convention regarding colours, for example, red for men's flesh, white for women's flesh, yellow represented gold, blue represented silver, and red represented bronze. By the existing frescoes one can gain the sense of the character of Minoan life and art and the Minoan joie de vivre. Some frescoes were reconstructed between 1450-1400 BC, when the Myceneans had established themselves on the island and show a completely different style in art. Additional Details ------------------------------ Package quantity: 1