The ancient goddess Fortune the classiest wall art sculpture gift to wish someone good luck.

The historic kado unik, kado ulang tahun unik and Greeks thought in an array of gods and goddesses. Several may originally have had a connection with forces of nature, natural phenomena and could have had characteristics like the characteristics they displayed in individual life.

If you want luck in order to get the one you want, it is now possible to include the classic touch to your house with beautiful Ithacas hand-crafted wall artwork sculptures, representing the goddess of possibility, success and fortune.

Fortune in Roman mythology, the of chance or luck is the exact carbon copy of the Greek goddess Tyche.

Child of Oceanus, she differed from her sisters Fates who were goddesses engaged in spinning the thread of human being life, in that she worked without rule, giving or taking away at her own pleasure and dispensing pleasure or sorrow indifferently.

She might bring good or bad luck and she was often represented as veiled and blind, as in modern depictions of Justice, and came to represent life's capriciousness.

Greek artists generally the goddess Fortune with a world or a rudder, as emblems of her guiding power, or wheel or wings as a symbol of her mutability.

Famously famous for favouring the brave and the fools, the Roman and Greek goddess of opportunity and luck often favoured those willing to take a chance and the ones who used the opportunities which were presented to their full advantage.

The goddess Fortune rewarded those that embraced lifestyle and who did their best to flow and learn from the ebbs and currents that are a part of it.

The Romans proudly declared that whenever she entered their city she threw away her world and took off her wings and shoes to indicate that she meant to dwell with them forever. Later on, she is represented with a bandage over her eyes and a sceptre in her hands, sitting or standing on a wheel or globe.

Now you can take your Fortuna home or you can present it as an excellent luck charm to friends and family.

Available in four different versions, on a fragment bas-alleviation, plaque or essential oil lamp the goddess of Fortuna is a great present for bringing both you and your loved ones good fortune and is definitely well received by all Roman and Greek artwork lovers. Ithaca Arts wall structure sculptures are perfect to add to the style of your interiors and exteriors, whilst learning more about the gods that used to rule the ancient globe. You can now do this without having to search for a museum at

ABOUT ITHACA ART: Ithaca Art is one the leading sources of museum-quality Greek and Roman reproductions. With a fresh UK website released last month, Ithaca Arts performers are been trained in art history and classic workmanship.

Each piece of art can be handmade using the same historic techniques and materials as the originals.

Museum gift shops throughout European countries fill their shelves with the quality works of Ithaca.

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