This piece, now in Copenhagen, originate from Etruria and simply labelled as "Priest-king? Votive".
Notice the similarity to this piece from the first half of the 6th century BC, at the Cycladic museum in Athens. This one, however, does not originate from Etruria, but Cyprus, where the type is well attested.
Now, what's interesting is was to do with these two pieces. To begin with, are they really related to each other, or is this simply a fluke of history - it is unfortunate that the first piece last provenance and dating, as such information might have been able to give us a lead. Just playing with the thought however, of how the same type of object might end up at two places so far from each other is fascinating.