Greek antefix with female head
Circa 400-375 BC
Mould made in the form of a female head with centrally parted wavy hair arranged in wildly flwoing strands. She has heavily lidded eyes, plump lips and two lines of Venus on her neck.
Wearing inverted pyramidal earrings and a cylindrical diadem. The remains of the draped shoulder visible on the bottom left section. Bottom right third broken away, the surface with some dendritic staining.
Private collection, Cornwall, UK; acquired mid-late 20th century
Compare C.E. Vafopoulou-Richardson, Greek Terracottas (Oxford, 1981), p.26, fig.25