Venus of Willendorf Statue
Venus of Willendorf statue - accurate scale to original.
Figurine dating to 28,000–25,000 bce found in Willendorf, Austria, now housed in the Natural History Museum. It has been suggested that she is a fertility figure, a good-luck totem, a mother goddess symbol, or an aphrodisiac made by men for the appreciation of men.
Total Height: 12cm / 4.75 inches
Total Width: 6cm / 2.3 inches
Total Depth: 5cm / 2 inches
This collection of statues is remarkable in the details achieved. Any serious collector will appreciate the meticulous care taken in all the small details that complete the sculpture. The hand-painted color accents and antique finish. This statue feels very solid when held, and is quite heavy for its size. Each statue comes packaged in sculptured polystyrene inner packing for safe world-wide shipping.