(Consignment). An important and rare portrait in terracotta of an attractive Etruscan woman from the 5th century BC Rome, Italy. She is wearing a crown polos which is covered by a veil that drapes along the sides and behind her head. She also wears a necklace of many Amphora-shaped pendants, and her hair is dressed into curls and ringlets. Life-size portrait from a votive figure from Ancient Rome, when the Greeks ruled the world, and the early Romans adopted Greek art and culture.
Etruscan Terracotta Sculpture Of A Crowned Woman Head, Measuring 15 1/2 inches, 9 inches wide, and 8 inches deep.