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Bohemian Porcelain Sculpture "Drunk Bacchus"

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Art nouveau sculpture in Bohemian porcelain featuring Bacchus or Dionysus. Manufactured by Royal Dux Bohemia.

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Small sculpture in Bohemian porcelain biscuit featuring Bacchus or Dionysus, the Ancient Greek god of wine and fertility, lying on a trunk decorated with cluster of grapes. He is naked, and wears a crown of vine leaves. The young god holds an empty wine jug in his hand. Bacchus is resting on a naturalistic base highlighted with flowers. Numbered "2827" and "35" under the base. Royal Dux Manufactory, in Bohemia.

Circa :1890
Dim: W: 5,9 in - D: 9,1in - H: 13,4in.
Dim: L:15cm, P:23cm, H:34cm.

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In overall good condition, with some chips on petals.


The Austrian Royal Dux porcelain factory was created in 1860 by Ed Eichler. It fabricated delicate and fanciful Art Nouveau decorative objects that were richly adorned with plants, female subjects, and motifs inspired by the Far East. Royal Dux was very popular in France during the first decades of the 20th century.

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