The village of Tamegroute, in southwestern Morocco, has
been renowned for its green pottery since the 17th century. The distinctive glaze comes from a blend of silicon, manganese, and copper. The footed bowl is an luminous example.
Large English solid copper pedestal bowl with brass
lion head ring handles, scallop and gadroon rim and foot for chilling champagne up to magnum size. Marked “Sterling Over Copper; Made In England.” Light wear, patina, discoloration, silver plate remnants.