The statuette of Harpocrates was cast by waxwork in bronze. The boy god, depicted nude in the traditional posture, wears the crown of the sun god Helios and holds a cornucopia, or horn of plenty, in his left hand.
The statuette of a dwarf dancer is wrapped with a cloak from the head downward. The head is topped with a crown with two lotus flowers, which adds a ritual dimension to the dancer, who might be dancing in honor of a god or of a deified king.
The statuette depicts a theater actor with grotesque features, who stands with his legs apart, holding up a feminine mask with closed lips, also known as a pantomime mask. The statuette, which shows an actor in caricature, underlines the popularity of the mime.
The terra-cotta Tanagra statuette depicts a girl wearing a blue himation, a rectangular cloth draped over the left shoulder and about the body. Her hair is covered with a straw hat. Her face is well featured.