Venus of Willendorf Goddess Figurine 1:1 Scale

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Venus of Willendorf Goddess Figurine 1:1 Scale

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

ABS Plastic, High Quality Stone Finish Spray Paint

Dimensions

Height: 11.1 Centimeters

Through the power of 3D Printing, our reproduction of the Venus of Willendorf matches the original dimensions of the figurine, nearly exactly at 11.1 centimeters (4.4 inches) tall. We finish these reproductions with Stone Finish paint for that extra dose of realism.

If you're interested.....

The original artifact was discovered in 1908 at a paleolithic archaeology site in Lower Austria.

The figure is believed to have been carved during the European Upper Paleolithic, or "Old Stone Age" a period of prehistory starting around 30,000 BC.

Similar sculptures, first discovered in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, are traditionally referred to in archaeology as "Venus figurines", due to the widely-held belief that depictions of nude women with exaggerated sexual features represented an early fertility fetish, perhaps a mother goddess. Pretty fascinating stuff!

The files to download and print your own can be found here:

https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-venus-of-willendorf-at-the-naturhistorisches-museum-vienna-austria-11455

Thanks so much for checking out our shop; want something a little bit special? Send us a Custom Request - we'd love to work with you!
Through the power of 3D Printing, our reproduction of the Venus of Willendorf matches the original dimensions of the figurine, nearly exactly at 11.1 centimeters (4.4 inches) tall. We finish these reproductions with Stone Finish paint for that extra dose of realism.

If you're interested.....

The original artifact was discovered in 1908 at a paleolithic archaeology site in Lower Austria.

The figure is believed to have been carved during the European Upper Paleolithic, or "Old Stone Age" a period of prehistory starting around 30,000 BC.

Similar sculptures, first discovered in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, are traditionally referred to in archaeology as "Venus figurines", due to the widely-held belief that depictions of nude women with exaggerated sexual features represented an early fertility fetish, perhaps a mother goddess. Pretty fascinating stuff!

The files to download and print your own can be found here:

https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-venus-of-willendorf-at-the-naturhistorisches-museum-vienna-austria-11455

Thanks so much for checking out our shop; want something a little bit special? Send us a Custom Request - we'd love to work with you!

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