A William Duesbury Derby Porcelain mug c.1790 depicting a Bacchus moulded as a head, light brown hair with wreath of grapes and vines, part gilded flat loop handle. William Duesbury, purple painted mark. Probably modelled by Isaac Farnsworth. Purple Derby mark to the base.
See page 285 of John Twitchett's book on Derby porcelain for a similar Bacchus Mask Mug
Condition: Chip to the rim on the reverse of the mug
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