VENUS OF WILLENDORF - Museum Artifact - 3D Printed Rpelica
Palaeolithic Fertility Idol which dates to 28,000–25,000 bce and was found in Willendorf, Austria and is now kept safe in the Natural History Museum, Vienna.
It has been suggested that she is a fertility figure, a good-luck totem, a mother goddess symbol, or an aphrodisiac made by men for the appreciation of men.
3D printed in stone coloured Plastic. It can be displayed as it is or you can sand and paint is to the desired finish.
A great conversation piece
This item is 3D Modelled and 3D Printed by 3D Delight. We tried our best to recreate the artefact, but this is not by any means an exact replica.
All 3D Printed items will have visible print lines and little imperfections. 3D Printing is not an exact science and occasional inconsistencies are a normal occurrence of this manufacturing method.
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