A masterpiece of the goldsmith's art that flourished in Taranto in the Hellenistic period to meet the luxury needs of a client not only in Greece, the diadem represents a real unicum, composed of separate elements assembled together with engineering expertise. The support consists of two gold plates folded into a channel and joined by a hinge. On it wraps a refined floral composition worked "in the day", with bunches of flowers, berries and leaves of various types held together by a continuous ribbon embellished with enamels of different shades of green, in imitation of a garland. Each partially mobile element is fixed to the support by means of small rings, while the use of colored enamels and semiprecious stones (garnets, carnelians) increases the naturalistic effect of the whole. The diadem was tied behind the nape by means of a fabric ribbon, as indicated by the eyelets at the ends of the sheet, from whose cable come out oak leaves decorated with enamels.