Figurine: Bacchanalian male figure

Maker
Royal Worcester Porcelain Co
James Hadley
Production date
1897
Description
Barefoot male figure wearing a short brown tunic draped over one shoulder only and a wreath of grapes in his hair, holding a long staff that has a green artichoke-like terminal with pink ribbons, and supported by a tree stump. The porcelain has an ivory tint, with the clothing, accessories and tree trunk tinted in shades of pink, green and brown with gilding.
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Height: 730mm (28 3/4")
Diameter: 282mm (11 1/8")
Width: 36cm (14 3/16")
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Other Id
1637
Accession number
2009.86.1

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