This fully draped female figure is depicted with her right hand outstretched, whilst in her left hand she holds three plants, probably some fruit or vegetables. There is a ring on her first left finger and she also wears a bracelet, in the shape of a snake on her left wrist. This is the only figure on which the figure of the snake appears, suggesting that this figure may be intended to represent, or be associated in some way, with Hygeia.

More information about the origin and location of this group of statues can be found in the overview of the Classical female statues in the hall.