Small Bronze Medici Mercury Garden Statue
The David Sharp Studio’s Bronze Statue of Mercury is shown in flight carrying his Cadaceus in his left hand.
The Bronze Statue wears his winged helmet and has winged sandals to assist him as he is blown by a effigy of the north wind to speed him to his destination.
Mercury was known as the messenger of the Gods, he was fast and cunning, taking messages between the mortals and the gods.
The original Bronze Statue of Mercury stands in the Museo Nazional del Bargello, Florance, Italy.
The Bronze Mercury Stands 1300mm high and looks impressive alone or as a Fountain centrepiece.
The Medici Mercury Bronze Garden Statue (Hermes) after Giambolgna (1529 -1608) 1580 the original Statue stands in the Museo Nazional del Bargello, Florance, Italy.
Bronze Garden Statue Height 1300 mm (512)