Roman Head of Bacchus
Antiquities - Roman
GBP (£) 1,200 - 1,700
EUR (€) 1,410 - 2,000
USD ($) 1,540 - 2,180
2nd-3rd century AD
A marble head of Bacchus (Dionysus) with gently smiling face, soft features and large, expressive eyes; long hair pulled up into a knot at the front and held in place by a fillet with bunches of grapes and ivy leaves falling to the sides, to the back the hair tied in a knot; mounted on a custom-made stand. 10 kg, 30 cm including stand (12"). Fine condition.
Property of a North London gentleman; formerly from a Mayfair gallery in the 1990s.
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Lot No. 0182