Ancient Sculpture Gallery

Marble Sculptures Reproductions

Have you ever wished you can actually own the ancient sculpture masterpieces you so much admire, now found in some of the most famous world museums? Here is an unprecedented opportunity to own an exact reproduction of any of these great masterpieces. We offer the same sculptures as EXACT REPRODUCTIONS IN CAST MARBLE IN THE SAME SIZE AND DIMENSIONS (or a reduction) as the great museum original masterpieces now housed by several prominent world museums. Most are casts faith, reproduced from molds created on the original classical or western works of art now housed in a museum. Our museum sculptures are made of cast Marble and stained with antique acids in order to reproduce a real ancient feel. They are of famous men and women of ancient Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman periods. Included are the Macedonian king Alexander the Great, Roman emperors such as Marcus Aurelius, Trajan, Hadrian, and sculptures of ancient Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. Every mold is made by a 1 on 1 direct contact with the original object and therefore it guarantees the highest possible of the finished products. These molds make our collection exclusive and unique in the world, as no permission will ever be granted by the competent authorities to subject historical masterpieces to this process of reproduction again. These are collector items that can not be found anywhere else in the world. They are not made of inexpensive plaster that give cheap and kitsch look and feel to the product as soon it is touched and lifted like a feather. These sculptures are identical reproductions of original museum masterpieces, now housed by several prominent museums such as the Vatican Museums in Rome, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Archaeological Museum in Istanbul, Ephesus Museum, Pergamon Museum, Antalya Museum, Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The original masterpieces were discovered in the great centers of the ancient world, such as Alexandria in Egypt, Pella in Macedonia, Pergamon, Ephesus, Side, Thralles, Tarsus, Magnesia, Nicomedia, Aphrodisias, Miletus, Caesaria, and Rome itself. These were the most prominent cities in the world during Hellenistic and Roman Imperial era.