Mid-20th century plaster portrait bust of Pericles wearing a Corinthian Helmet pushed back on his head. It is inscribed with Pericles' name in Greek adding an air of exclusivity.
This is a reproduction of one of the four Roman Imperial-era marble busts modelled after the head of the original Pericles statue. A timeless tribute to the grandeur of classical sculpture.
- 10.5"H x 4.5ʺW
- Great overall condition, one chip on the tip of the helmet and a couple on the back. Not distracting, actually adding to the character