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Nevers, Musée de la Faïence Frédéric Blandin
Small temple to Bacchus, spun glass
  Artist: unknown
Date created: 1793
Dimensions in cm: 18 x 10
Nevers, F. Blandin Porcelain Museum

Group in spun glass. Bacchus, the Roman god of the vine and wine, astride a barrel, holds up his goblet to Ceres to catch the juice of a grapes she is squeezing between her fingers.