Home decor Home Gift Art Minimal statue of Parthenon, Anciend Greece home decor.
Home Gift Art This decorative piece is laser cut Using CNC technique. Its part of Mother Natures new limited collection. It is created using gold plated bronze and with marble stone of Thasos Island.
Marble Dimensions: 5x5x2 cm or 1.96x1.96x0.78 inches
Bronze figure dimensions: 3 cm x 6 cm x 1mm
This statue is portraying the Parthenon of Acropolis. One of the most iconic landmarks of Greece, in a contemporary minimal perception. It is a former temple on the Athenian Acropolis, Greece, dedicated to the goddess Athena. It is the most important surviving building of Classical Greece, generally considered the zenith of the Doric order. The Parthenon is regarded as an enduring symbol of Ancient Greece, Athenian democracy and Western civilization.
This new CNC Collection puts a modern spin on Mother Nature. The CNC Collection is all about the big landmarks of our life, our culture, our feelings and things that define who we are. In this collection you will find simple and minimal designs, with symbols of our life, museum pieces, historical figures and everyday moments. In a way of inspiration, this collection is about the modern man - made nature that surrounds our lives, the newly created natural habitat of today's society.
You can use it as a simple decorative, small centerpiece or a wedding centerpiece to symbolize your love! For a more simple use, you can use it as press papier / paperweight.
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