Aristotle female statue cushion cover

    SKU: cmcn469290

    £45.00 Members' price *


    A cushion cover inspired by ancient Greek sculpture.

    Featuring a decorative design of a classical statue, alongside a quote from Aristotle reading "happiness depends on ourselves."

    Part of a range of cushion covers embellished with quotes that were celebrated by Greek philosophers from the 4th - 5th century.

    This cushion cover is created by Sophia, a Greek brand which creates authentic Greek concepts, workmanships and imagery that are inspired by the beautiful and true culture of Ancient Greece.

    Ideal as a cultural piece of homeware, this piece is especially available to accompany the Museum's Defining beauty; the body in ancient Greek art


    Product code: cmcn469290
    Details: Includes cushion cover only
    Exhibition: Defining beauty
    World culture: Ancient Greece
    Size: 43cm x 43cm
    Materials: 96% polyester 4% linen4
    Weight: 0.4kg
    Standard UK delivery: 5 working days. Overseas times may vary

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