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Two American sterling silver pedestal bowls, 20th century, Shreve & Co, San Francisco; the other marked sterling, a Shreve & Co tazza dish with a reticulated border; and a bell form hexagonal bowl with an everted ribbed edge, reticulated border and

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII 'Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment' tazza having a plain round body, two scroll handles, & sitting on a round pedestal foot. Engraved 'The Queen's Own, Presented to the officers, 1st

Georg Jensen, silver tazza, design no. 263, 1978, grape' pattern, the flared rim bowl decorated with pendant grapes, on a spiral stem rising from a spreading circular base, stamped 'Georg Jensen, Denmark, silver, D10, 263', approx. 278 grams he

A sterling silver tazza, 1908/9 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Nathan & Hayes, the tazza with a central bowl to a wide unadorned rim with a narrow applied cast floral and scrolled edge, similarly embellished to the rim of the shaped spreading f

A Victorian silver tazza by Martin hall & Co., London 1887, the circular gadrooned dish with alternating cartouche of repousse floral and fruit motifs on a finely chassed ground, the pedestal of chalice form profusely embellished with concentric motifs, we

Silver tazza of unusual proportions, marked silver to the dish, the base & stem also tested & holds for silver. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Height 16 cm weight 532g

Early hallmarked sterling silver tazza. Repousse & chased decoration of horseman in village scene. Hallmarks to base rubbed, possibly 18th century.diameter 13 cm Wt. 125g

A sterling silver tazza, the low bowl upon a raised foot, with a pleasing handbeaten finish to the body and bordered with an interlocking band of cast leaves; stamped.925 to the centre, silver weight 322gr. Height 69.5 cm. diameter 22 cm

A Georg Jensen sterling silver tazza, 1945 onwards, model 263 A, designed by Georg Jensen in 1918, the tazza having a finely beaten finish to the bowl and spreading foot and decorated with pendant grapes and vines to a grape adorned and spiral twist stem;

A German Continental silver tazza. Post 1886 Veiburg or Weimar, crescent and Crown mark and with maker's mark S.K, the quatrefoil lobed and pierced bowl with an undulating leaf and floral embellished rim above a waisted pedestal to a spreading base also pi

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tazza and a pair of bon-bon dishes all with intricate piercings and floral design. Tazza Birmingham, 1900, maker Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd., diameter 17.5 cm, weight 152g bon-bon dishes Birmingham, 1900, maker

A sterling silver tazza, London 1931/2, with maker's mark Fw for Frederick Wallis, of shallow dish form with a shaped top and reeded edges, the centre bearing a florid initial 'T', upon on a circular stepped foot; hallmarked to dish. Silver weight 315gr. H

Sterling Silver tazza: circular form with ornate scroll work rim. Stamped 925 Sterling Silver Argentina. 27 cm

American silver tazza, approx weight 12.5oz troy

A 1930s heavy silver small tazza, the plain disc form bowl on tapered stem, spreading circular foot. London 1934 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. Weight 223gms, height 15 cm

A sterling silver tazza plain bowl Birmingham 1917. Width 19.5 cm

An Art Deco silver tazza, the circular bowl form top with castellated rim, the waisted column with stepped circular base, the rim matching the top. Weight 440gms. Sheffield 1937 by Walker & Hall. Diameter 22.5 cm

Superb 19th century Victorian sterling silver fruit tazza, with acanthus leaf column and decorated with grapes and fine leaves, London 1849. Maker E.J. & W. Barnard, 24 cm high, 1500 grams

Austro-Hungarian silver tazza with engraved glass bowl. Height 25 cm

Georgian sterling silver circular tazza, by Richard rogers, London, 1774

A William and Mary silver tazza, London, circa 1692, engraved crest to centre, raised gadroon border, on flared foot with similar gadroon border, makers marks rubbed, 153. 8gms. Width 15.5 cm. Provenance: the collection of the late Charles Lloyd Jones

A pair of George I Irish silver tazza, William Clarke, Cork, 1715 - 1725, of plain circular form with applied reeded rim, engraved crest to centre, raised on circular foot, 330.8gms total weight. Diameter 13 cm. Height 4.5 cm

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