This faithfully crafted statuette of the goddess of fortune will definitely bring you luck.
Discover the power of Fortuna!
Fortuna is the Roman goddess of luck and fate. Many temples in ancient Rome were dedicated to her and she was worshipped both by the Roman state as a whole and by Roman citizens individually. This beautiful antique statuette bears her attributes of good fortune in true Roman fashion: the cornucopia, filled with flowers and fruit representing fertility, wealth and abundance, and the pomegranate. This small statue, placed in your house or garden, will surely bring you good luck. Try it out! It is worth a try.
- Statuette Fortuna
- height: approx. 18 cm
- faithful replica
- Dating: 1.-2. century A.D.
- Material: alabaster gypsum patinated
- Country of manufacture: Germany
- Original in the Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Trier
Your new lucky charm at a glance
The 18 cm high enthroned standing Fortuna was worked true to the original after a found stucco. The original was found in 1954 in a cremation grave in the Birkenfeld district and dates from the 1st-2nd century AD. You can see it in the Rheinisches Landesmuseum in Trier.
Alabaster gypsum: the finest material used in the preservation of monuments
Your new Fortuna is made entirely of patinated alabaster plaster. This is very finely ground and an absolutely high-quality natural material. It is very fine, which also makes very detailed elaborations possible and dries out very hard. Alabaster plaster is absolutely not comparable with the much inferior building plaster. Alabaster gypsum is also a popular material in art and monument conservation.
Country of manufacture: Germany
In order to assure you of very good quality, the Fortuna was made entirely in Germany.
Give away happiness!
You want to give a great pleasure to a very special person? A friend of yours has a life event coming up soon where he needs a lot of luck? The Fortuna is a beautiful and individual alternative to the traditional lucky pig and also extremely high quality.
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