EARLY GREEK SCULPTURE not a Roman copy!!! Terracotta Female Head, 3rd Century B.C.
The fact is that most of the "Greek Statues" you've seen in museums are Roman copies. Mostly the Greek stuff didn't survive, including marbles, bronzes, terra-cotta and of course wood.
The Romans thoroughly pillaged Greek settlements and took stuff, copied it, and after a while, the Greek originals vanished into the dirt.
This is one of the few examples of actual Greek sculpture that you can own.
In addition, it is a sculptural portrait of someone in our Work Circle.
I'm not going to indicate who that might be; it's up to you to recognize your own ancient face. If it belongs to you, you'll know it.
I will have this professionally mounted on a base at no extra charge, so you can use it on your SuperBeacon to reconnect with this particular ancient life you lived. You're looking at this page for a reason.
Believe it, this item is psychometrically charged beyond what you'd expect even from an object like this.
3.5 cm (1 1/2") high; brown terracotta; hair in curls at sides, Superb, unmounted