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Art Nouveau Silver Tazza by Joseph Rodgers
Superb Arts & Crafts/Art Nouveau silver bowl or tazza from the Sheffield silversmiths Joseph Rodgers & Sons, hallmarked 1909.
Standing on a rounded foot and with a tapering pedestal, the bowl itself has three applied handles which sweep out from just above the foot, rising to an inch or so higher than the rim before curving downwards to attach to the bowl with a stylised leaf detail.
Beautifully proportioned, this is an extremely elegant piece of silver from a highly regarded maker, whose company was first registered in the year 1843.
In lovely clean condition and measuring 22.5 cm high to the top of the handles, with the bowl having a diameter of 26 cm. Width between two of the handles is 32 cm. The weight is a surprising 1610 gms or nearly 57 ozs.