Pompeiian Dancing Satyr (Reduction) - Item #224
Patina Options and Material Information
Each and every piece is custom finished. A slight variation in color from order to order is to be expected.
Most reproductions are hand-cast in Gypsum reinforced with polymer, glass fiber, burlap and/or metal rods for extra strength.
Here are examples of the patina options:
28 Inches High x 12 Inches Wide x 16 Inches Deep
This dancing satyr was found in 1830 at a house in Pompeii, which now bears the name "House of Faun." Satyrs, half men, half goat were companions of Dionysus, the god of wine. Indeed the satyr pictured here has enjoyed the flow of wine and is happily dancing along.
REPRODUCED IN BRONZE ONLY. 2 IN STOCK.
Museum: National Archaeological Museum, Naples
Origin: House of the Faun, Pompeii
Time Period: Greek, c. 200 B.C.E.