This Boadicea and Her Daughters statue is magnificent, with vivid detail and character. YouFine would use high-quality bronze as the raw material for the statue, using the lost wax method to restore the sculpture. If you are interested in this sculpture, please feel free to contact us.
Item No: BOKK-215
About Us: 39 Years Factory
Technique: Lost Wax Process
Service: Customize Acceptable
Size: Life Size or Customized Size
This is a very majestic-looking statue of Boadicea and Her Daughters. This statue has many beautiful women. We can see that not only the figure statues come to life. Even the details of the horses are stunning. Such a magnificent outdoor bronze sculpture would be a beautiful scenery, showing a different style. YouFine would use high-quality bronze as the raw material for this sculpture, and use the lost wax method to ensure fine detail. If you are looking to buy a type of bronze riding sculpture, YouFine would be a good choice for you.
The original for Boudiccan and Her Daughters Statue is a London group of bronze sculptures representing Boudiccan, queen of the Celtic Iceni tribe who led the uprising in Roman Britain. The Boudiccan Rebellion statue depicts Boudicca (often written “Boadicea” in the Victorian era), queen of the English tribe of Essene, accompanied by her two daughters, on a sickle chariot drawn by two horses. The chariot was based on the Roman model, not the English native or Iceni model, and had a scythe blade on each wheel. She stood upright in her flowing robe, holding a spear in her right hand and raising her left. Her daughters squatted naked in the chariot, one on either side of their mother. None of them can control the horses.
This Boadicea and Her Daughters statue was commissioned in the 1850s when Thornycroft made an equestrian statue of Queen Victoria and exhibited it at the 1851 Universal Exposition. The statue was lauded by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and was involved in Thornycroft’s new project. Albert intended to erect the monumental statue on the central arch at Desims Burton’s entrance to Hyde Park, and asked Thornycroft to make a “throne on wheels”. There are similarities between Victoria and Boudica, whose name also means “victory”. Albert borrowed two horses as models, and the statues bear some resemblance to the young Queen Victoria. Albert died in 1861 before the statue was completed.
YouFine is a 40-year-old bronze sculpture factory. We have many years of sculpture production experience, and many top craftsmen to ensure every detail of the sculpture. And our sculptures have been exported for many years, so we are familiar with the import and export policies of sculptures in various countries and regions, and can choose the most suitable solution for you according to your local situation. Allowing you to save money and effort.
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