Venus of Lespugue

MVSO82B

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This Venus is a reproduction of a mammoth ivory statuette discovered in 1922 by R. and S. de Saint-Périer in the Grotte des Rideaux, in the commune of Lespugue, Haute-Garonne.

The Venus of Lespugue originally measured 147 mm but was broken at the time of discovery.

This large and generous female statuette comes from an Upper Perigordian level whose absolute age can be estimated at approximately 21,000 years BC. It is part of the collections of the Musée de l'Homme.

Moulage made directly from the restored original model. The dimensions of our reproduction are identical to those of the original.
The patina has been enriched with ossein so that the rendering is as faithful as possible to the original.

Dimensions with base :
Height: 13,7 cm
Width: 6,5 cm
Depth: 4 cm
Weight: 200 g
Origin: Abri de la Madeleine, Tursac, Dordogne
Museum: Saint-Germain-en-Laye, National Archaeology Museum
Material: Resin.


The piece is mounted on a solid oak base. This type of base allows the objects to be removed completely. In this way, they can be held and admired more easily.

A version with a resin base is also available (instead of solid oak), but the resin base is fixed to the Venus. Contact us for more information.


Reproduction sold with an authentication document + its base.
Version protected by INPI with copyright "©The-Paléoscope", year 2020".

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Venus of Lespugue

This Venus is a reproduction of a mammoth ivory statuette discovered in 1922 by R. and S. de Saint-Périer in the Grotte des Rideaux, in the commune of Lespugue, Haute-Garonne.

The Venus of Lespugue originally measured 147 mm but was broken at the time of discovery.

This large and generous female statuette comes from an Upper Perigordian level whose absolute age can be estimated at approximately 21,000 years BC. It is part of the collections of the Musée de l'Homme.

Moulage made directly from the restored original model. The dimensions of our reproduction are identical to those of the original.
The patina has been enriched with ossein so that the rendering is as faithful as possible to the original.

Dimensions with base :
Height: 13,7 cm
Width: 6,5 cm
Depth: 4 cm
Weight: 200 g
Origin: Abri de la Madeleine, Tursac, Dordogne
Museum: Saint-Germain-en-Laye, National Archaeology Museum
Material: Resin.


The piece is mounted on a solid oak base. This type of base allows the objects to be removed completely. In this way, they can be held and admired more easily.

A version with a resin base is also available (instead of solid oak), but the resin base is fixed to the Venus. Contact us for more information.


Reproduction sold with an authentication document + its base.
Version protected by INPI with copyright "©The-Paléoscope", year 2020".

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