This compact Vergogna Phryne Garden Sculpture is a high quality garden piece inspired by a Jean-Leon Gerome painting that portrays a real life event.
Her real name was Mnēsarétē, and she was charged with blasphemy in ancient Greece but let off after it was decided that a woman so beautiful could not possibly be guilty of such a crime.
Everyone will no doubt agree with that decision, since the expert craftsmanship on show has delightfully reproduced her lovely figure.
Her seductive poise that can be readily appreciated through the figure hugging robes that drape her body and every marvellous detail is portrayed by the smooth crushed marble and high quality resin that resembles fine alabaster.
This statuary is sure to be a talking point in your garden for years to come.
Vergogna Phryne Features:
- Crushed Marble and Resin
- Smooth White Alabaster Appearance
- Highly Durable
- Hand Finished
- Impressive Design
- Cold to the Touch
Vergogna Phryne Dimensions:
- Height: 60cm (24ins)
- Width: 21cm (8ins)
- Depth: 20cm (8ins)
- Weight: 10kg (22lbs)
We also sell a wide range of other garden ornaments.
Opting for something a little larger? Why not see our Vergogna Phryne Large Marble Statue
Due to the hand finish, illustrations may differ slightly from the actual colour. All weights and measurements are approximate.