This glorious piece, with its two sails, is inspired by the penteconter, a forerunner of the Athenian bireme and trireme, an ancient Greek galley used since the archaic period.

The penteconter was a long range ship, used for sea trade, piracy, warfare and exploration, capable of transporting freight or troops.

The evil eye on the side of the hull, a common motif, was designed to warn and frighten the enemy.

It is cast for us, in Greece, using the traditional 'lost wax' method. As they are not mass-produced, there will inevitably be slight variations in patination and colouring. Each piece is, therefore, unique.

replica ancient Greek bronze boat or trireme on a marble base available from It's All Greek London and online.

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dimensions Height including marble base: 38cm Length: 60cm Width/Depth: from oar tip to oar tip: 33cm

bronze boat on a marble base (largest) SPECIAL ORDER ITEM

  • Code: BH-106
  • Status: email for timescale
  • £1,200.00

  • excl tax: £1,000.00

Tags: bronze art, ancient Greek ship, bronze sculpture, boat, museum replica