Our listed pricing is for the natural concrete stone. All of our cast stone treasures are perfected by filling and diamond grinding all seams, then we fill small holes and slight imperfections (including seams) with a concrete bonding material that matches our pieces perfectly. We then sand each piece to its utmost perfection.
Death Mask of Homer
As the author of the Odyssey--the first great piece of literature in the Western tradition--Homer is believed to have been a blind poet who lived around 750 BC and originated from the Greek island of Chios. Our historical death mask is $50.00 in natural concrete.
Genie de la Dance
Genie de la Dance. Sculpted in the mid 1800's for the Paris opera house by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (May 11, 1827 – October 12, 1875) French sculptor and painter. Our elegant bust of the Genie is a flawless interpretation of the original. $200.00
Marie Antoinette 1755 – 1793) was an Archduchess of Austria and the Queen of France and of Navarre. She was the fifteenth and penultimate child of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and Emperor Francis. This graceful sculpture is created from yet another vintage mold from our collection. Life-sized Marie Antoinette bust $200.00
In Roman mythology Neptune (Greek: Poseidon) was the god of the Sea. Life sized studio bust of Neptune $175.00
The Hermes of Praxiteles.
The statue is dated to 343 BC and is made from Parian marble. It is the only original work of Praxiteles, that has survived and it was found at Olympia, intact on his base, several meters under the ground. Its height is 2.10 m. It was dedicated to the sacred Altis from the Eleians and Arcadians to commemorate their peace treaty. Later it was moved to the temple of Hera, where it was found in 1877 AD. Our beautiful rendition is cast from one of the first molds ever taken from the original. Stamped by the Capronie brothers 125 years ago. Solid concrete. Limited edition. $250.00
Rebecca Goddess of Water
Venus de Milo
Aphrodite of Milos (Greek: Ἀφροδίτη τῆς Μήλου, Aphroditē tēs Mēlou), better known as the Venus de Milo, is an ancient Greek statue and one of the most famous works of ancient Greek sculpture. Created at some time between 130 and 100 BCE, it is believed to depict Aphrodite (Venus to the Romans) the Greek goddess of love and beauty. It is a marble sculpture, slightly larger than life size at 203 cm (6 ft 8 in) high. Its arms and original plinth have been lost. From an inscription that was on its plinth, it is thought to be the work of Alexandros of Antioch; it was earlier mistakenly attributed to the master sculptor Praxiteles. It is presently on display at the Louvre Museum in Paris. The studio version is 41" tall and is an elegant interpretation of the original. $180.00.
By Antonio Canova (1757 – 1822) was a Venetian sculptor who became famous for his marble sculptures that delicately rendered nude flesh. The epitome of the neoclassical style, his work marked a return to classical refinement after the theatrical excesses of Baroque sculpture. A studio favorite. 54" tall 225 lbs. This particular piece was meticulously perfected and molded taking almost 12 months of detailed labor. $325.00