This very decorative low Tazza is in pristine condition. The landscape was hand painted over the glaze, so we can date it c 1825.
It is 9-1/4" in diameter, and 2-1/2" high. The gold beading is raised up from the cobalt blue surface.
Pristine is not a word I use very often. There are no chips, no cracks, no crazing, no repairs, and no wear. It rings when tapped. As this would have be part of a dessert service, it would have had very light use.
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