Equestrian statuette of Charlemagne
The original replica of the European emperor from the 9th century, now a coveted collector's piece.
The equestrian statuette is considered one of the most precious treasures of world art. It shows the remarkable European emperor with imperial orb, sword and crown of lilies. Originally part of the treasure belonging to the cathedral of Metz, today the world-famous sculpture stands as a national monument in the Louvre (Paris).
Art historians say it is a happy accident of history that this bronze figurine with its impressive iconographic representation and the finely-modelled face of the emperor has survived to this day.
You can now acquire this European artwork in the form of a unique collector's piece.
Heavy, intricate, finely patinated bronze-metal cast, polished by hand. Height with marble base approx. 30 cm, length 18cm, width 9 cm.