37 cm
15 in
id 23

Lucius Caecilius Iucundus

$ 390.00

The bronze original of this clone was discovered during the archaeological excavations of Pompeii and dates back to the 3rd century AD. The person portrayed is a famous banker who, in the late Roman Period, stored the riches of nobles, lent money and kept the books for the numerous wealthy elites of the city, which was destroyed shortly afterwards by the terrible eruption of Vesuvius. The original bust is currently kept at the Archaeological Museum of Naples.

Ideal in a professional environment, this eco-sustainable design object is characterised by the strong expressiveness of the figure. A dominant placing with respect to other furnishing items and with dedicated lighting is thus recommended.

The authoritativeness and prestige of the subject suggests a choice of pastel colours for this clone.

Neoclassical Art


Unknown Author

Size (h x w x d)

37 x 24 x 24 cm

15 x 9 x 9 in


750 grams

1.7 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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