Lucius Verus, Roman Emperor, a bust, 130-169 AD.
A bust of Lucius Verus, after the antique, depicts him as the noble commander of the Roman armies, having destroyed the Parthian empire & the Armenian kingdom.
The original was unearthed in excavations in Rome, and is now housed in the Louvre museum, Paris, and a fine copy from antiquity is housed in the Chatsworth House Sculpture collection, Derbyshire, England.
Our sculpture is produced by a unique and proprietary dry casting process. They are made of white Carrara marble and over 90% of the finished sculpture is natural marble which gives it a look and feel of natural marble. They are finished by hand.