Collections: Figurines, Figurines and Statuary, Greek and Roman Mythology, Newly Added!, Spiritual
Type: Sculptures & Statues
Tyche was the goddess of fortune and prosperity, especially for cities. The Tyche Goddess of Fortune Statue depicts this Grecian goddess. Made from cold-cast bronze, this hand-painted Greek statue features the goddess wearing a city-like crown and a blue dress. The goddess holds a cornucopia in her right arm. Her left-hand rests on a ship rudder called a gubernaculum. It has an emblem design on the front. Below the rudder is an orb. Tyche stands on a round platform that has a plaque with her name. The Tyche Goddess of Fortune Statue makes a great decor piece as well as a wonderful addition to any mythology collection.
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