Antique statue of Juno, 18th century

Antique statue of Juno, 18th centuryAntique statue of Juno, 18th centuryAntique statue of Juno, 18th centuryAntique statue of Juno, 18th century

An 18th century statue of JUNO cut out of stone: naked with a shawl and with an eagle alighted on her right arm; 1. 48 m high + matching solid stone socle of 0. 86 m high. Origin: the private collection of Lord Lloyd-Webber, Sydmonton Court, Newbury

Dimensions: Total height : +/- 2.35 m

Condition: Fingers on 1 hand restored. General good condition.

Price: SOLD

Reference: AB75

Literature:

JUNO is an old-Italian goddess, tutelary deity of women, of marriage and birth, and worshipped as such under many titles such as: Virginalis (= of the virgin), Matronalis (= of the married woman), Iugalis (= of the marriage), Pronuba (= caretaker of the bride), Lucina (= the one who brings light) etc.

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