The Replica Nike of Samothrace Statue, dating back to 190 BCE during the Hellenistic period, holds a prominent position on the Daru Staircase in the renowned Louvre Museum in Paris. Even today, it continues to captivate viewers as Nike, the Winged Victory, gracefully presides over the majestic staircase. This scaled replica of the goddess of victory showcases her angelic wings spread wide as she alights on the prow of a ship, symbolizing the Rhodian naval triumph over Antiochos III. Discovered in Samothrace, Greece, by Charles Champoiseau, a French amateur archaeologist, in 1863, the statue was later restored by the Louvre in 1884. Our masterpiece sculpture faithfully captures the mesmerizing details, from the flowing drapery to the extended wings of the goddess. Crafted with care from high-quality, fiberglass reinforced designer resin, this classical masterpiece boasts a stunning faux limestone finish, allowing for its year-round display in homes, gardens, or even restaurants, serving as a testament to the beauty of Hellenistic art. Simple assembly required. Also adhere it to your own base or affix to your outdoor garden pad. Call us for ideas or dream up a perfect place in your French garden.