Venus - goddess of love
Venus, only the name right away projects the beautiful image of Sandor Boticelli's "Birth of Venus" in our mind. The presentation of that god already always was one of the most popular motives not only in Antiquity. One of the most interesting images of that kind is the goddess of love in form of a hairpin.
- length of the hairpin circa 12 cm
- polished, smooth surface
- dated to the 3rd to 4th century AD
- comparable discoveries: Nimes (F), Badalona (E), Rom (I)
- pure handicraft
Venus hairpin - a real piece of art
The small sculpture is a pretty, skinny, naked woman. With her raised arms and hands hold together, the slightly curved body, she radiates a special, erotic elegance and a seductive sensation of luxury. She gives every hairstyle the special highlight.
Venus hairpin - a handcrafted masterpiece
Every Venus hairpin is a individually filed and carefully polished handicraft out of bone. The individual differences and characteristics of the offered, natural workpieces turn every Venus hairpin into a unique piece of art.
Venus hairpin - a small piece of Roman history
This Venus hairpin is based on various archeological discoveries, e.g. in Nimes (France), Badalona (Spain) or Rome, their dating circa goes back to the 3rd to 4th century AD.
Originally the Venus hairpin shouldn't be missing in any jewellery box of a pretty woman, because with that hairpin every woman rightfully feels exactly as elegant, sublime, beautiful and desirable as the famous goddess of love Venus.
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