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Early 19th Century Grand Tour Small Marble Rams Head Tazza


£1,800 | $2,216 USD | €2,039 EUR
Item Number: SA852519
Date of manufacture: 19th Century
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Cella
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Fascinating early 19th Century Grand Tour Marmo Tessalico Verde Antico and Marmo Rosso carved rams head handled tazza inkwell or snuff box. The beautifully carved treen container with silver fittings and engraved 'IS' looks to be original but could possibly be a later addition to a much loved Grand Tour piece. Italy, probably Rome, circa 1840.
Based just off the King's Road in Langton Street, Chelsea, London, we are dealers in fine decorative antiques from the 18th and 19th Centuries. We specialise in this era of enlightenment, neoclassicism and the Grand Tour, with its far reaching influence on style and taste in Britain, Continental Europe and beyond: elegance in the age of Napoleon. Our extensive stock covers all aspects of this period and decorative antiques influenced by the period. We constantly source new, beautiful items and upload to our site regularly. We are first and foremost antique collectors with over thirty years of experience; we only buy what we love and we hope you will too. All items can be viewed by appointment at our premises in Chelsea at a time convenient to you. Additional images can be supplied on request. More items are available on our website
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This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 19th Century.


Height = 11.5 cm (4.5")
Width = 13.5 cm (5.3")
Depth = 12 cm (4.7")

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