CA0400 Decorative pair of bacchinalian dancers from the procession of Dionysus

Good quality decorative pair of late 19th century patinated bronzes of two bacchinalian dancers from the procession of Dioysus the Greco-Roman god of the grape harvest and wine. Both wearing animal skins, one holds a quaich and amphora symbolising wine and merryment whilst the other holds castanets to symbolise music and dancing. Presented on green marbre vert socle bases with a continous frieze of a bacchaic procession. Well cast with a rich dark brown patination. Original small casting fracture to ankle. France, circa 1890.

H 32cm x W 13cm x D 11cm

Stock No.: CA0400.918
Price: £1,150

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