|By PR Newswire||
|February 24, 2014 09:08 AM EST||
LANSING, Mich., Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Michigan-based internet retailer, Museum Replicas, is celebrating its 10th year serving businesses, homeowners, and interior designers. The Company's online store at www.Museum-Replicas.com offers a vast array of architectural arts, bronze sculptures, Greek vases, historical glass, marble sculptures, mosaics, oil paintings, religious art, tapestries, and wood carvings.
Originally introduced in 2004, Museum Replicas specializes in re-creating detailed masterpieces using the same techniques once employed by the original artists, all the while making these amazing re-creations affordable and available to those looking to add high-end art to their home or business. Customers can browse the site's art by type or by artist and there are currently more than 100 world renowned artists featured on the website.
Founder and Owner of Museum-Replicas.com, Maria Tindemans, stated, "Our amazingly talented artists' collective, in Europe and elsewhere, create not only the look but also the feel of original works of art – they are all dedicated to bringing beautiful works into the world. Our artists can replicate any painting, sculpture, tapestry, vase, Byzantine icon, Byzantine Mosaic, garden statue, or marble statue requested by our customer."
In addition to replicas, customers can also commission Museum-Replicas.com to create original pieces of art such as family or individual portraits, sculptures, family crests and even animals. Customers of Museum-Replicas.com can call 517-347-7983 or email [email protected] if they want something that is not showcased on the site. The Company states that its ability to truly tailor its pieces to suit clients' wants and needs has significantly contributed to its success since its inception.
Tindemans added, "We're dedicated to helping art lovers achieve the look they want, without having to be millionaires. Our replicas are much more than 'duplications;' they are true original works of art. When you browse our website you might find yourself saying (as one of our delighted clients recently did) 'it's like shopping at the Louvre!'"
Museum-Replicas.com accepts all major credit cards and items purchased can be shipped anywhere within the United States. Products can also be shipped worldwide, but customers may incur a higher shipping cost. As part of its overall commitment to customer satisfaction, the Company does not consider a job finished until the customer is truly satisfied.
For more information on Museum Replicas and its online store, visit www.Museum-Replicas.com.
SOURCE Museum Replicas
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