Marble relief, showing a man seated in right profile on a high-backed throne. He wears a chiton and a mantle over his shoulders. His feet which have sandals on rest on a low stool. It is likely that the figure held an object, possibly a drinking vessel, in his raised left hand. The object may have been shown in paint. The subject is either a deity (Zeus or perhaps Dionysos) or a heroised mortal. This type of relief was likely to have been an offering rather than a funerary sculpture. The recorded findspots for many of these sculptures suggest they were produced in the Ionian workshops of the islands in the Eastern Aegean and in 'East Greece' (modern day Turkey).