London, South Kensington
20 - 21 October 1992
A late 19th century Viennese rock crystal tazza, the bowl of scalloped form, the polychrome enamel handle centred with a mask and inset jewelled bosses, with twin dolphin terminals, on inverted baluster stem and domed gadrooned foot -- 6¾in. high.
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The tazza, originally with leather travelling case, was first sold in the Great Rooms on 27 February, 1903, Lot 102, property of Sir Hugh Adair, Flixton Hall, Suffolk.
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