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Hammered Silver Tazza
Arts & Crafts circular silver bowl, or tazza, with a gilded interior, standing on three curved and fluted supports rising from the centre of the base.
Both the bowl and base have an evenly hammered finish which lightens the look and accentuates the pleasing Arts & Crafts style.
Made by the Manchester silversmiths Ollivant and Botsford and showing their original maker’s mark together with a London hallmark for 1913.
There is a little inevitable wear to the gilding but otherwise the condition is very good.
Standing approximately 16 cm high, the diameter of the bowl being 20 cm. The weight is 550.40 gms, just under 19.5 ozs.