The Venus of Willendorf was found by the researcher Szombathy in 1908. It is made out of limestone and still has some signs of red pigmentation. It also considered a vital artifact from prehistory and dates from 25,000 to 30,000 BCE. Though there is much speculation about the original purpose of the figure, its physical traits suggest a celebration of fertility.
Though the original only measures a few inches high (it fits in the palm of a hand!) this statue is a larger reproduction, magnifying the original piece's compelling features. It measures 8 inches high, 3 inches wide, and 3 inches deep. Weighs about 1.5 pounds.
- Statue of the Venus of Willendorf
- Made of bonded stone
- Measures 8 x 3 x 3 inches
- Weighs about 1.5 pounds
This item's design originates from prehistoric culture and has been created using manufacturing processes in China. It is a carefully constructed reproduction of an ancient artifact and is designed to replicate the antique style of the original piece it’s based on. With a little help from modern machinery, we are pleased to offer you treasures from the past that can be displayed right in your home.
This item may feature slight variation in color, details, and overall appearance. Imperfections and surface cracks add to the unique artistry of each piece and are intentional aspects of its design.