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Aphrodite Bust

Aphrodite Bust

Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. Also known as goddess Venus in Roman mythology. Aphrodite is the daughter of Zeus and Dione (The daughter of Okenos) in accordance with Homeros. But Hesiodos says Aphrodite was created from the foams of sea waves. Aphrodite has usually been described naked. Her often used attributions are flirty, sobrettish, and charmy. The crew of goddess consists of Kharits, Horas and Hymenaios who are sybolizing the beauty, elegance and fertility.

 

The original statue is 50 cms high and located in Louvre Museum. The identical copy of the bust which is officially permitted from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The bases are made of While marble from Milas, Mugla.

Eros Bust

Eros Bust

Eros is the slave of love in Greek Mythology. Sometimes he has been described as the god of fertility and his name is the sourche of the word “erotism”. Eros generally has been remembered with Aphrodite. Aphrodite represents the female’s love to the male and actually Eros represents the male’s love to the female. Word has it that he makes people felt in love each other by throwing his arrow. But his arrow never serves a purpose for him. Psyche known as his lover.

 

The original statue is 38 cms high and located in Istanbul Museum. The identical copy of the bust which is officially permitted from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The bases are made of white marble from Milas, Mugla.

Hermes With Winged Royal Bust

Hermes With Winged Royal Bust

Hermes is the son of Zeus an Maia. He has been described the fastes and the most tricky god in Greek mythology and bears a magical rod. One day he steals some cattles which are under the protection of The god Apollon. Apollon runs amok and brings him to Zeus for demanding him to be punished. But Hermes allures Zeus and Apollon by playing his lyre. And then Zeus appoints him as messenger of the gods by giving him a winged royal and a pair of shoes. The myth mentiones that he invented lyre, shepherd’s pipe, notation, astronomy, measurement units and sports.

 

The original statue is 38 cms high and located in Istanbul Museum. The identical copy of the bust which is officially permitted from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The bases are made of White marble from Milas, Mugla.

 

Nemesis Bust

Nemesis Bust

Nemesis known as the daughter of Zeus or Okeanos. She is the goddes who supports revenge in order to sustain the justice. She is supposedly a cruel goddes who is vengeful, the one who creates the response of mistakes or bad behaviours, the one who is the incarnate shape of the faith. No one should be perfect in opinion of Nemesis and the ones who are gifted by countless of talents should be cursed. She has been described with items like ruller, scale, rein, sword, whip and a chart trailing by griffons.

 

The original statue is 36 cms high and located in Antalya Museum. The identical copy of the bust which is officialy permitted from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The bases are made of White marble from Milas, Mugla.