We carry a wide array of Roman statues that are great for adding a touch of Roman style and elegance to any room. These Roman figurines include Roman mythology statues as well as other designs depicting characters as varied as Roman soldiers and Roman emperors. Our centurion statues and legionnaire statues are joined by incredible Roman charioteer statues that show off details like rearing horses to create a dramatic scene. These historical statues come in a variety of sizes and finishes, including some that have been brightly colored or gilded. With their excellent craftsmanship, these Roman collectibles are sure to impress wherever they are displayed. These Roman figures also make fantastic gifts for those fascinated by Roman history and culture.
With ferocious resolve, this warrior takes a jab at his foe. The Attacking Roman Soldier Statue provides a glimpse into ancient warfare in fine detail, depicting an armored fighter hand painted in antiqued silver and bronze colors.
The Birth of Venus Statue is based on a painting of the same name by the famous Italian painter, Sandro Botticelli. This amazing statue depicts the Roman goddess Venus in all her glory, as she stands atop a single seashell.
Fortuna was the Roman goddess of fortune, chance, and prosperity. She was one of the most popular Roman deities during the reign of Servius Tullius in the 5th century BC. This Bronze Goddess Fortuna Statue makes a lovely gift.
The Roman emperor Hadrian was known for his love of traveling and his benevolent reign, earning him a place among the Five Good Emperors. You can pay homage to this gracious ruler when you put the Bronze Hadrian Statue on display.
Known for his legendary feats such as killing the Nemean lion, the demigod Hercules remains a popular mythological figure. The Bronze Hercules Statue depicts this powerful hero wearing his iconic lion skin over his back.
Justice is beautiful and blind. This Bronze Lady Justice Statue depicts her in her classic form, that of a lovely woman wearing a blindfold. In one hand, she holds a sword. From the other hangs a scale representing her authority.
Chariots have been used as far back as far as 3000 B.C. The Romans favored them as ceremonial vehicles, convenient transportation, and as weapons. The Bronze Roman Chariot Statue depicts a warrior behind the chariots reins.
The Bronze Winged Victory Statue is NOT a re-named recreation of the classic Winged Victory of Samothrace Statue. Instead, it is an independent interpretation of mythology depicting the winged Greek goddess of victory herself, Nike.
First emperor of the ancient Roman Empire, Caesar Augustus enjoys a complex legacy even to this day. Bring the power of this mighty ruler into your own domain with the Caesar Augustus Statue, standing nearly seven feet tall.
The Carrara Marble Roman Chariot Statue adds splendid historical detail to your collections and decor. With his two horses wild against the reins, the Roman soldier rides forth with cape flared behind and crested helmet on his head.
As though pausing to relax from her daily chores, the figure in the Elizabeth at the Well Statue leans against her vase set on top of the well. This highly detailed Greco-Roman outdoor sculpture adds classical beauty to any setting.
Fortuna is considered to be an abstract Roman deity, but one not lacking in power. This Fortuna Statue depicts this goddess in her most classic form, that of a blindfolded woman who can bring either good luck or misfortune.
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