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Etruscan Terracotta Votive Youth Head

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Description

Ca. 400-200 BC


A well-preserved terracotta votive head of male youth. The votive head is hollow-moulded and presenting atop a wide clavicle base, the head presents with features characteristic of Etruscan elegance such as almond-shaped eyes within heavy lids, a slender, nearly aquiline nose, full lips that are slightly parted, smooth cheeks, and cupped ears hidden beneath the bangs of his shaggy coiffure.


Stock codes: OFJ22-2 / SCA-A531
Size: L:340mm / W:235mm; 5.2Kg
Origin: Italy
Condition: Good/ Intact


Provenance: Ex, New York Gallery, Previosuly part of Collection of Dr. Angelo R. Bergamo, NJ., Ex. Christies NYC, June 1993, Thermoluminescence Report from Oxford Authentication LTD.


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