Venus of Willendorf Glycerin Gemstone soap with fancy jasper
Our specialty Glycerin soaps come with a tumbled crystal or gemstone inside each one. This is the Goddess Venus of Willendorf and is scented with a beautiful White Musk fragrance. Hidden inside is a fancy jasper stone. Around 4 ounces.
The ‘Venus of Willendorf’ is the name that was given to a female figurine that was found in 1908 by an archeologist named Joseph Szombathy in a Aurignacian loess deposit near the town of Willendorf in Austria. It is now in the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna. The figure is believed to have been carved during the European Upper Paleolithic, or “Old Stone Age”, a period of prehistory starting around 30,000 BCE.