Cathedral Hands By Auguste Rodin Statue proudly features the work of The Egregia Italian Collection. This line represents one of the most prestigious museum-quality sculptures in the world. If traveling aboard you will find many reproduction of statuary from this gallery. In fact, nothing comes closer to an original hand carved marble sculpture than the Egregia replicas. When you purchase an Egregia, you can count on receiving nothing but the best, closest to the original piece of art.

The original models of the sculptures were created by A. Giannelli, founder of Egregia. The firm is located in Volterra the heart of Italy’s alabaster district. Giannelli devoted much of his life to sculpture and eventually opened his own studio in 1944, supplying pieces to the Allied Forces.  Giannelli has been commissioned to create busts by the United States, Kenya and Boston University.

The Egregia pieces carries have been crafted out of the models Giannelli sculpted. The Egregia factory produces sculptures of  recomposed stone, consisting of alabaster and marble powder and resin. Each sculpture is then finished with care by the artisans of Italy’s Egregia Workshop, providing excellent durability, quality and detail.

African Princess Bust

An Egregia sculpture from will be a beautiful addition to any collection.  Furthermore, these beautiful sculpted figurines of historical and classic statues from artist and sculptor A. Giannelli will bring much pleasure to any history buff or anyone with an affinity for art.

To view our fine Egregia gallery, head on over to our website If you have something in mind but cannot find it on the website feel free to contact us. Our excellent products coupled with our outstanding customer service ensures is the best business for statuary and other fine goods.

Reach us by phone Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (CT) 618-692-1121 or Toll-Free at 877-675-2634

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No cheating! Name that sculptor…


He is from the Republic of Venice…


Famous for his work with marble…


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