Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this Magnificent solid silver Georgian tazza/dish/bowl made by silversmith Charles Reily & George Storer in London, 1833.
The tazza features a beautiful and ornate design of highly embossed and chased acanthus leaves and limpet shells - a unique and unusual touch of design based on nature's best shapes.
The top dish is supported by a large and sturdy foot that allows for the dish to be displayed in all its might whilst ensuring that its contents are held with confidence.
The relatively generous size allows for numerous uses with your favourite food/items such as fruits, sweets, bread etc.
The tazza is fully hallmarked with English marks on the edge of the tazza.
An excellent piece of silverware ideal for display on a dining table by itself or with fruits.
- Size from edge to edge (mm) W:265mm H:65mm
- Size from edge to edge (inches) W:10.4 H:2.55
- Weight: 460 grams (16.2 oz)
Great Condition - The tazza is in great antique condition with no major damage or issues - only minor surface scratches and dents are present in the central section which can only be seen depending on the lighting/reflection. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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*Colours of the product may slightly differ from the photos due to different computer screens & lighting conditions*
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