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Antique Grand Tour Bronze Tazzas, Pair
$875.00
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COLOR bronze
CONDITION Very Good; light wear
DIMENSIONS 7.75" W x 5" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN France
MADE OF metal
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 03 - Oct 08
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Deborah Jensen brings a love for interior design to Faded Rose Antiques LLC. “We buy what we'd love to put in our own home," she says. "We look for classic pieces that you will want to pass down to your children, then, we mix it up with style and items on-trend for today’s look.” Her eye for style brings the best of European furniture and decorative accessories to you.
Why we love this
Pair of 19th-century French Grand Tour bronze tazzas. Detailed with a center medallion sword, pallet, scroll and surrounded by medieval portraits of scholars, aristocrats, and nymphs. Raised on a beaded pedestal. No maker's mark. Light wear.
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