The Tatham Tazza was designed by Coade and named after Charles Heathcote Tatham, a most-reputable architect whose influences were mostly from classical Greece and Rome and who studied in Italy. This fine Haddonstone copy is so accurate and faithful to the original Coade design that it even features a replica of the original Coade stone date stamp “Coade & Sealy 1812”.
|heaviest component||75 kg||165 lb|
|width at base||460 mm||18 1/8”|
|width at top||890 mm||35”|
The term ‘tazza’ comes from Italy and refers to ‘an ornamental wide shallow cup or bowl, usually on a long stem’.
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