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Silver Arts & Crafts Tazza*
Elegantly proportioned Arts & Crafts three handled silver tazza, raised on three curved feet off a circular base.
The handles and feet, having been crafted as a single piece, flow into one another and the lines of the domed base mirror the underside of the bowl.
With a Sheffield hallmark for 1906 and a slightly rubbed but still identifiable maker’s mark for William Mammatt & Son then of Arundel Street, Sheffield.
From edge to edge the diameter of the bowl is 25.5 cm. The handles protrude approximately 4 cm from the rim and the height is just below 14 cm.
Weighing 716 gms or 25.25 oz.