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Torso of Hermes Life-Size Sculpture

Cast by special agreement with a private British collector, this replica of a Roman original portrays Hermes, the messenger of the gods, as a young boy. At nearly a yard tall, this home or garden gallery statement piece is cast in quality designer resin and finished to replicate the aged stone original. Admired through the ages, our Toscano exclusive is also at home atop one of our stately pedestals. Simple assembly required. 13"Wx 15"Dx39"H 25lbs.

$229.00
 
 

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