With three old collection stickers on the stand and a collection number painted at the nape of the neck.
Cycladic figures with the right arm crossing above the left are considerably rarer than the canonical form, where the position is reversed. For an example with a similar head angle and torso shape see no. 238 in Thimme, ed., Art and Culture of the Cyclades.
There are only two other Cycladic figures known with upward sloping shoulders; both are Chalandriani Variety. One in the Naxos Museum (no. 200), unpublished, is now missing its head and lower extremities. The other was found in the cemetery of Chalandriani on Syros and is now in the National Museum in Athens, pl. 245 in Zervos, L'art des Cyclades.