Statue Deity Zeus and Ganymede
In Greek mythology, Ganymede was a deified mythical young man, famous for his beauty, from Troas. He was Prince of Troy, son of King Trojan from Dardania and Kalirroi, daughter of the God - River Scamander. Zeus was transformed into an eagle and, seizing him, carried him to Olympus, where he gave him immortality and lived eternally there as a wine drinker of the gods. As compensation, Zeus sent Hermes to offer on his behalf to the Trojan father of Ganymede, a pair of swift-footed horses like the wind and a Golden Vine, the work of Hephaestus.
Handmade brass sculpture, with Quality Guarantee.
Traditionally made by the method of casting metal and by oxidation similar to the museum.
The products are handmade and for their production it takes 5-7 days.