Large, heavy ewer commonly known as "Sacred to Bacchus" resting on a square plinth with molded scrolling vines, the foot and lower body fluted and with bands of acanthus leaves around the foot and overlapping leaves around the middle of the body, with a smaller band of beading on the stem, the main body with garlands of leafy grape vines and bunches of grapes, on the should of the ewer sits a faun with his head bowed, he holds the horns of a ram in his hands as reins, his arms encompass the neck of the ewer, with a crossed double handle behind him.

Ewer “Sacred to Bacchus”

John Flaxman, Jr., Wedgwood, Wedgwood and Bentley period

About 1785