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The rim of this antique tazza is encompassed with an embossed border.
The surface of the tazza is plain and unembellished apart from the silversmiths centre punch mark, in addition to the maker's mark 'DC' and lion passant.
* The word toy encompasses a variety of pieces reflecting the same proportions and design features as the original examples. Originally such pieces were either collected by adults, or played with by children as genuine toys.
**David Clayton was a London silversmith renowned for producing miniatures and toys. Examples of his work may be seen in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Diameter of rim 5.3cm/2.1"
Diameter of foot 2.4cm/0.9"
0.3 troy ounce/10.3g
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Origin: London, England
Date: Circa 1720
|Width||1.60 cm||(0.63 inches)|
|Depth||5.30 cm||(2.09 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear