Tudric Pewter Tazza | Skelton Culver

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Tudric Pewter Tazza

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Tudric Pewter tazza, or compote, with barley-twist walnut stem. Made by W. H. Haseler’s of Birmingham in a Celtic revival style for Liberty & Co of London (circa 1900-1930). Tudric Pewter became known as ‘poor man’s silver’ due to its shine, which was achieved by removing the lead content and adding antimony. Measures H 6.5 in x DM 9 in. (Ref. M619.19)

  • Period: 20th century
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Condition details: Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Materials: Pewter and walnut
  • Ref number: M619.19
  • Dimensions: H 6.5 in x DM 9 in