Photos cannot do this model justice. The only way to really see this models fine detail is to print it.
Printed at 42% scale, and rotated to tilt back 28 degrees.
Sliced with Simplify3d at a 0.1mm layer height, 2 perimeters, 3 top and bottom layers, and 40% infill.
I tilted the model back to ensure that when supports were in place non of them would be near the front and face area because this is where the highest detail would be located and printed at.
I used Simplify3D's automatic support generation set to 1mm resolution for any overhang greater than 45 degrees. afterward I removed any supports, located on the front neck and face region, in the slicer before printing.
It took 3 hours to print, volume is 3x1x1 inches, and 15.13 grams / 5032mm in plastic.
If I printed this model again...
I would enlarge the scale to 100% and take the time to print it's full size because this scanned model is beautiful and printed flawlessly.
Thank you for uploading this piece. It now sits on my work desk and provides me with artistic inspiration.