Venus de Milo (approx. 100 BC). This famous sculpture of Aphrodite is viewed as a symbol of eternal beauty. It is known as the Venus de Milo or the Aphrodite of Melos because of the Greek island it was found on in 1820. Aphrodite, later referred to as Venus by the Romans, was the goddess of love and beauty who was born from the silver foam (aphros) of the sea.
Venus de Milo statue replica is part of the Parastone Museum Collection. It is made from resin but has the appearance of stone with some areas having a light gray marble vein. Measures: 17″H x 5.5″W x 3.75″D.