DescriptionA BRONZE TAZZA BASE
Late 18th Century
5-5/8 inches (14.3 cm) high
The stem in the form of a nude male figure, his upraised hands gesticulating, on a disk base with beaded edge
The Graham and Jean Devoe Williford Charitable Trust.
A paper label on the underside of the base informs that this piece was temporarily loaned to the Brooklyn Museum, New York in March 1979.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200.
Surface wear and oxidation throughout. The shallow disk rising from the figure's head possibly restored.
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