Bronze Code: 377
Height: 9.4 In
Width: 5.5 In
Weight: 3.7 LBs


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Featuring an impressive large-sized bronze bust of the renowned Vladimir Monomakh, this extraordinary art piece stands out in both quality and distinction. From the meticulous details to its imposing 24 cm height, this bust is cast entirely in pure, weighty bronze, tipping scales at 1.7 kg, and built to last a lifetime, and more.

Vladimir Vsevolodovich Monomakh, haltingly depicted in this exquisite bronze artifact, was an illustrious figurehead of Ancient Russia, hailing from the 11th Century (1053-1125). Esteemed as a statesman, his reign was marked by notable obligations as Prince across various territories; Rostov, Smolensk, Chernihiv, Pereyaslavsky, and significantly, Kiev. His contributions in shaping the early history of Russia have rightfully warranted him a prominent place amongst the greats.

Beyond his influence as a political heavyweight, Vladimir Monomakh was known to be a decorated diplomat and a gifted military commander. His tactical prowess was well-matched by his intellectual depths as a thinker, and writer, contributing to his legacy in more ways than one. The bronze bust mirrors this multifaceted persona, bringing a slice of history into your living space.

From its realistic facial features to the intricate details of his attire, the bust of Vladimir Monomakh leaves no stone unturned to replicate his historical persona. No less than a piece of art, the bust is an excellent addition for history enthusiasts, admirers of bronze sculptures, or those seeking a profound touch for their personal or professional settings. This unique item nods at the past while making a bold, artistic statement.