Imposing garden sculpture depicting a figure of the Roman god Bacchus standing in contrapposto, draped in toga and holding a bunch of grapes, with a grape vine adorning his head. Made in terracotta, antique English Victorian, dating from the late 19th century. Square pedestal is not included. Ref.: 1263.
Size: 132 cm high
Condition: solid structure, age related surface weathering
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