36 cm
14 in
id 170

Frederick II

$ 445.00

The original marble sculpture of this clone dates back to the Middle Ages. It represents Frederick II, Emperor of Swabia, who formed a “state of the art” court in the 13th century, welcoming the greatest scholars without discrimination regarding religion or race, where every belief was respected and all the arts were nurtured. The great mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci was a regular guest to Frederick’s court as was the astronomer Michele Scoto, as well as musicians, poets, doctors and philosophers. Frederick II also founded Naples University in 1224 and gave strong impetus to the famous Medical School in Salerno.

This clone is of a still young Norman sovereign with a powerful frown and evident pride of features, enough to conjure up an instant vision of great wooden desks, classical libraries and professional settings in antique style: though, in honour of Frederick II, known as Stupor Mundi, we invite you to imagine this eco-friendly design object with much more stylistic boldness, even in Rustic, Zen, Vintage or Scandinavian settings.

The suggested colours for this clone are undoubtedly dark, in keeping with the austerity of his imperial role.

Medieval Art


Unknown Author

Size (h x w x d)

36 x 25 x 24 cm

14 x 10 x 9 in


800 grams

1.8 pounds


100% plant-based
Weather proof


Custom 3D-printed in 3 days
Made in Sicily, Italy

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Duty-free shipping from Italy
Estimated arrival


14-day return policy
Satisfaction guaranteed


100% eco friendly

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