Roman Skeleton Miniature Figurine Statue Pocket Art articulated 4.1H

  • $40.00 USD

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This reproduction of a 1st century Roman skeleton (Larva Convivalis) is a fascinating display piece for any home or office. Originally from the collection of the Getty Villa Museum, this articulated bronze figure features round eye sockets and a wide grinning mouth with large teeth, conveying the brevity of human life. While its arms and lower legs are now missing, the skeleton's design allows it to once have jumped and danced as a "banquet ghost" in Roman times, reminding spectators of mortality. Standing at 4.1 inches tall, this detailed replica makes for an interesting conversation starter while also representing ancient Roman art and culture. Display it on your desk or bookshelf as a thoughtful decoration especially during Day of the Dead Dia de los Muertos celebrations.

  • Statue including base measures 4.1 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches. Statue alone measures 3.5 x 1 x 0.5 inches. Weighs 5 ounces.
  • Made from articulated metal in a green black antique finish. PN ROM01
  • Part of the highly collectible Parastone Museum Collection of museum replicas from museums around the world.
  • Comes in a gift presentation box. Display it with other miniature statues from the Parastone Pocket Art Collection.

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