Baby Girl Bust

Cast Collections

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About the Baby Girl Bust
Infants in ancient Rome were not named until days after they were born (females 8 days, males 9 days). On the 8th or 9th day a gathering would occur consisting of family and friends bearing gifts. Then a sacrifice would be made and the child would be named and given a bulla to identify him or her as freeborn.

About How The Statuary Is Made
Great care has been made to capture the aesthetic qualities of both European and American craftsmanship. These masterpieces are made in one of Atlanta, Georgia’s old historic buildings. This aged structure provides an ideal home for the molding and casting process. Each individual plaster casting is then hand finished in our signature “Fossil” finish. Artisans with years of experience display artistic and technical knowledge, as well as an ability and skill in mold making. Each bust is hand made per order.

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W9" D8" H18"
*Please Note:
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