Fortuna Tyche Roman Goddess of Luck Statue 11.25HPN# 6167
The Roman goddess Fortuna (Greek goddess Tyche) is the goddess of luck -- hopefully of good luck. She stands holding a large cornucopia from which spills forth an abundance of coins. We hope the coins represent good fortune for us. But her blindfolded eyes suggest that luck is capricious and ever changing. Modern depictions of the Blind Justice Lady embraced by lawyers and judges borrow this symbolism. (PN 6167)
- Our statue reproduction is made from bonded bronze, with a light bluish grey patina on her blindfold and dress, excellent details.
- Measures 11.25 in H x 4 in W x 3.75 in D. Weight 2 lbs.
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