This delicate porcelain cream pitcher features a Bacchus mask on two sides surrounded by grape vines. Bacchus was the Roman god of wine, fertility, and agriculture. This beautiful little creamer was produced by Belleek of Ireland c 1965-1980, as it has the third green mark on the underside. The creamer is in excellent condition, with only a tiny pinprick glaze pop on the side of the handle. It measures 4.25" tall, 2" in diameter at the base, and about 4" wide across the handle to spout area.