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40 cm
16 in
id 18

Ippolita Maria Sforza

$ 995.00 | 16 in

(plus applicable taxes)

About "Ippolita Maria Sforza" artclone

This clone originates from a terracotta replica of an original marble work carved by Sicilian sculptor Francesco Laurana in the 15th century. It is currently stored in the Bode museum in Berlin, Germany. This bust probably represents Ippolita Maria Sforza, the sister of the famous Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro, patron of Leonardo da Vinci.

The sober elegance and symmetrical composure of this eco-sustainable design object, makes it the ideal complement to a classic modern furnishing.

Because of the purity expressed on the face of this clone, we recommend the choice of pastel tone colors. For an eye catching effect, we also recommend to combine this bust with a vertical clone series in different shades of color.
Made to order

Custom 3D printed in Italy by artficial™ in 5 days


Plant-based PLA filament. Weather-resistant and durable

Dimensions, Weight

40 x 30 x 15 cm, 600 grams

16 x 12 x 6 in, 1.3 pounds

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Ippolita Maria Sforza by Based on a model by Francesco Laurana | artficial
Ippolita Maria Sforza by Based on a model by Francesco Laurana | artficial
Ippolita Maria Sforza by Based on a model by Francesco Laurana | artficial

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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.

Sustainable Production

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.

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frequently asked questions

What are artclones made of?

Our artclones are made of a plant-based filament. This cutting-edge, durable material is sourced from renewable plant-based resources and has a carbon footprint that is remarkably lower, by 75 percent, than traditional plastics, allowing us to further reduce our environmental impact.

Artclones are plant-based, does it mean they degrade over time?

No. Time and weather do not degrade our artclones (except of course for acid rain and other chemically toxic environments). Artclones may fully degrade in compost facilities where specific heat, water, oxygen conditions are applied.

Can I display my artclone outdoors?

Yes, Artficial artclones are weather proof.

Are duties and taxes included?

No. Taxes and import duties may apply to your order. For example, orders from the US may be subject to import duties which are managed by the courier and payed by you.

Do you ship to every country?

Yes, Artficial ships all over the world using trusted couriers such as DHL, FedEX or UPS.