Phallus of the abri Blanchard - Castel-Merle, Dordogne.
Very interesting phallus carved in buffalo horn from the Abri Blanchard - Castel-Merle. The sculpture is about 30,000 years old and must be one of the largest forms of phallus of this type ever found. The sculpture clearly shows the slit at the end of the phallus, which can be seen in detail in the various photos.
Exceptional and extremely rare piece made on a scale of 1/1 (new and exclusive moulding made from the original model).
Museum : Museum of prehistory in Sergeac.
Ref number : MAN56338
Period : 30 000 BC - Aurignacian
Height : 19 cm (7,48").
Diameter at its widest part: 6 cm (2,36").
The piece is mounted on a solid oak base. This type of base allows objects to be completely removable to be held in the hand and admired.
Reproduction sold with a certificate of authentication + its transport box.
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