Broken just above the grooves marking the knees, further grooves marking the transition at the ankles circle both legs. The feet angled down with long, distinct toes. A deep cleft separates the legs front and back.
The complete figure from which these legs originated would have measured approximately 66 cm, a large figure and, as such, rare for works by the Goulandris Sculptor. The name piece of the Goulandris Sculptor (Athens, Goulandris Collection 281, illustrated in P. Getz-Gentle, 'Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture', Wisconsin, 2001, pl.75, no.27 and) is the one work of similar scale.