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By Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, founded 1710)
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This enigmatic eighteenth-century Meissen group depicts a classical subject. A young boy, a Bacchic youth, sits beside a recumbent leopard, to which he is feeding a bunch of purple grapes. The young reveller wears a vine wreath around his head and a purple-edged yellow cloak, while in his other hand he holds a staff. The duo sit upon a gilt-edged scrollwork base.
The underside features a crossed swords mark in underglaze-blue, and is impressed with the number '4'.
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