Taponecco prehistoric statue reproduction in sand stone

Taponecco prehistoric statue reproduction in sand stone

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Scale 1: 1
Hand-Made in sandstone Like the original preserved in the Museum of Pontremoli (MS) at the Castle Piagnaro (Strongly recommend a visit!).
The original comes from the higher part of Taponecco in Cavallino Taponecco.
Our statue is a free copy that still respects the original measures.
We have used sandstone from Lunigiana.

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1 300,00 €



Data sheet


Height 48.03 in 122 cm
Width 16.54 in 42 cm
Thickness 3.94 in 10 cm
Weight 529.11 lbs 240 Kg
Manufacturing Recuperando srl
Material Pognana (Fivizzano) sand stone

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A statue menhir is a type of carved standing stone created during the later European Neolithic. The statues consist of a vertical slab or pillar with a stylised design of a human figure cut into it, sometimes with hints of clothing or weapons visible.
They are most commonly found in southern and western France, Catalonia,Corsica, Sardinia, Italy and the Alps. A group from the Iron Age also is known in Liguria and Lunigiana.

On request we can make any statue in any size, both large and small, indicate the subject and size, we will give you a quote.


 

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