The gentlemen of the Grand Tour would looked to have taken in Naples with the excavations of Pompei and Herculaneum and their disgorged treasures, most of which thankfully stayed in the Museum. Here in Naples in the 19th century copies were allowed to be cast from the originals and here, in bronze, you have the wonderful bronze Daini. One of a handed pair (available if required), this fine model was discovered in Herculaneum in the Villa dei Papyri. I have always sought in the antique but now is so rare I thought to offer as an exact copy cast via the lost wax technique.