Cod: 281618
Ancient Bronze Sculpture (H.52) Flying Mercury - period 800
Period: Second half of the 18th century
price: € 1.200
Bronze sculpture depicting "Flying Mercury" Giambologna's flying Mercury - Mercury is resting with his left foot on the wind generated by the mouth of Zephyr, the messenger of the gods with his right arm outstretched towards the sky is about to take flight thanks to the wings that he has on his ankles while his left arm holds the caduceus, on his head he wears the characteristic helmet with wings In bronze from the end of the 19th century Measurements: base diameter 13 cm - height 52 cm In excellent condition (see photo) On the real condition of the object evaluate the photographs as they have priority and not questionable value. We issue Certificate of Authenticity
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