A piece created to follow the success of Cherub of love. The same aesthetic, the same tenderness and the same inspiration, but now with two characters and one of the best love stories of the classical mythology. To depict this particular vision of Eros (Cupid in Latin) and Psyche (meaning "soul" in Greek) as cherubs, the sculptor borrowed his inspiration from the angels of the Italian Renaissance. In this interpretation Eros is wearing its characteristic arrow and Psyche is crowned with a garland made of wild spring flowers. Like Cherub of love, this piece is remarkable for its size. With wonderful modeling, this sculpture seems to take on life thanks to the detail with which the child's anatomy has been rendered and the tenderness in the gestures of both characters, so loving and innocent at the same time. The piece produces a feeling of tender emotion when we contemplate these children transformed into adorable chubby little angels. Made in white matte porcelain decorated with enamels in soft colors and different shades. The flowers are particularly noteworthy because of their vibrant colors. The myth of Eros and Psyche is probably one of the best love stories in classical mythology. Eros, son of Aphrodite, was the personification of intense love and desire and he was depicted shooting arrows at people in order to hit their heart and make them fall in love. Psyche, a beautiful maiden, personifies the human soul. In fact, she is the symbol of the soul purified by passions and misfortunes and who is, from now on, prepared to enjoy eternal happiness. In their love story we can see the perseverance of a man even when he is possessed by passion and the effort of a woman to overcome many obstacles in order to achieve the happiness of love.