12 December 2002
THREE GREEK TERRACOTTA HEADS
Circa 5th-4th Century B.C.
Including two late Archaic heads (one fragmentary), perhaps from Sicily, both mold-made, each wearing a polos above waves of center-parted hair, with oblique eyes and smiling mouths, one preserving a perforation at the center of the polos for attachment; and a Classical head, from South Italy, perhaps Taranto, mold-made with an oval face, center-parted hair, lidded eyes and a small mouth
5 in. (12.7 cm) long for the largest (3)
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Simon, The Kurashiki Ninagawa Museum, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, nos. 130, 131, & 138.
This lot is being sold not subject to a reserve.
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