In the exuberant early 18th century manner of Paul De Lamerie, the lobed border with engraved strapwork centering
a quartered armorial, ringed stem and dome lobed base, the top marked 1829, the standard marked 1832
Condition: Excellent; maker's mark on the plate rubbed but readable; original gilding with expected slight wear,
the wear showing as tiny spots in the image of the top, but not a factor when viewing or handling the tazza
Note: Robert Garrard II was an important silversmith of the 19th century, appointed goldsmith and
jeweler to the king in 1830, and in 1843 official crown jeweler. He created and built the famed
America's Cup Trophy (1848.)
3 ?” High x 10” Diameter / 26 oz.
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George III Glass Tazza, England, Mid -Late 18th Century, 8.75" Wide, England, Mid -Late 18th Century
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