Greek, probably Taranto, ca. 450 BC
H. 19.7cm; W. 17cm
Beautiful terracotta group of three standing korai wearing heavy himatia that fall over the right shoulder leaving the left breast nude; their heads adorned with a polos. Korai were common votive dedications in the Archaic and Classical world.
Cf. Franz Winter: Die Typen der fig. Terrakotten, Berlin und Stuttgart 1903, Band III1.
Condition: Very good, with the exception of the head of the kore in the middle, that is a modern replica.
Provenance: Swiss private collection, 1990s
Item reference: CL0135