$ 995.00 | 16 in
About "Antonia Minor" artclone
This Antonia Minor artclone embodies the delicate features and refined elegance of the original bust. Its intricate detailing, from her serene countenance to the intricate hairstyle, exudes an air of aristocratic charm. Display this exquisite piece with pride in a lavish boudoir, adorning a stately vanity, or as a captivating centerpiece on a marble console table, elevating any interior with a touch of Roman sophistication.
The Antonia Minor artclone invites you to explore a range of colors, shades, and palettes to harmonize with your unique aesthetic vision. Embrace a classic opulence by selecting a palette of ivory, reminiscent of the marble statues of ancient Rome. For a contemporary twist, consider shades of fucsia or lemon, infusing your space with a modern touch. Alternatively, warm and rich hues like orange or dark violet can evoke a sense of royal decadence.
Made to order
Custom 3D printed in Italy by artficial™ in 5 days
Plant-based PLA filament. Weather-resistant and durable
40 x 30 x 25 cm, 900 grams
16 x 12 x 10 in, 2 pounds
how it's made - the artclone process
Museums and Private Collections partner with Artficial to preserve their sculptural masterpieces in digital format. We employ state-of-the-art scanning techniques to capture every detail of the original sculpture.
The digital file is permanently stored in the Artvault, our secure and robust database which serves as a repository for the scans of the world's sculptural masterpieces. The Artvault safeguards the precious file and metadata, ensuring the longevity and accessibility of these invaluable cultural artifacts.
With the digitalclone securely in place, we proceed to the production stage. Using our advanced 3D printing technology, we craft licensed artclones that replicate the original sculptures with exceptional accuracy using our durable plant-based filament. This made-to-order solution prevents waste and delivers the finished artclone with low turnaround times.
As a result of this patented process, the owner of the licensed artwork receives royalty payments from Artficial with each sale. This arrangement preserves and promotes the world's sculptural masterpieces and cultural heritage.