In The Georgian Era of the 1700s, The Grand Tour was a custom where European young men of the aristocracy, at the age of about 21 years old, would spend 3-4 years travelling around Europe with a teacher or family member as the final part of their education, to learn about art, culture and architecture. Pieces such as this French spelter grape vine tazza were brought back to England as souvenirs.
Has all the patina of being 250 years old. Spelter was invented in the far east, but it had reached Europe as early as the 1500s. Colours may vary slightly due to monitor settings and lighting conditions. This is a legitimate listing. Breakages are non refundable as pieces are packed carefully and it will be the courier that is culpable.Please research and calculate for your country. This item is in the category "Antiques\Other Antiques". The seller is "thehighpalace" and is located in this country: GB.
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