Continental porcelain inkwell featuring Bacchus sitting next to the barrels which are pen and ink holders. The cluster of grapes make the lid for the ink pot. It dates from the late 17 to early 1800’s. The inkwells that look like this are usually attributed to France or Germany. This one is unsigned, as is typical. It is 3" wide by 2 3/8" deep by 4 1/4" high. There is an over glazed firing crack on the base. It is in good condition.
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