Venus of Willendorf (magnet)

Code ONE38

Also known as Woman of Willendorf made from 25,000 to 26,000 years ago is one of the most famous Paleolithic statuettes, called Paleolithic Venuses. Its symbolism is placed within the cult of Mother Earth and the Feminine. It was found in 1908 and is currently preserved at the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna.

This faithful replica is made from a cast of the original, in the same color of the original stone and identical patina.
Resin replica of the only front side, with potent magnet.


Additional information

Dimensions 3 × 5.4 × 11.3 cm

White Gyps Resin with Magnet