"three different graces"

 The Three Graces, or Charities, were a trio of beautiful goddesses in Greek mythology.  Fathered by Zeus, their names were Aglaea (‘Beauty’), Euphrosyne (‘Joy’) and Thalia (‘Abundance’). Their mother was usually said to be Eurynome, a goddess of pastures and water meadows.  Homer described them as being attendants of the goddess Aphrodite; they were also associated with nature, fertility, beauty and charm, and were said to inspire artistic abilities in mortals.