Elephants were celebrated even during the Roman eras, as is seen by this impressive depiction of a Roman Elephant. This detailed sculpture comes in a clear acetate box, complete with an interesting historical information card. This figurine depicts a simple elephant, decorated with a mat across its back as though it were meant to carry something (or perhaps meant to be ridden). Elephants were actually rather popular animal in Rome, when they could be found and used. Emperors were said to have paraded them about as a show of power and majesty, and they were even used in amphitheaters as entertainment, just like a wide range of other exotic animals. This impressive little sculpture is made of resin and has a bronze colored finish to enhance its look. Whether you are a lover of Roman history and collectibles, or just happen to think this little Roman Elephant is too darn cute, you will find that its affordable and attractive, making it a great collectibles as well as a great gift to give.
- Made of Resin
- Impressively Detailed Appearance
- Depicts a Little Elephant
- A Great Gift or Personal Decoration
- Includes A Historical Fact Card