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Heavy Brass Plate/Compote On Pedestal

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    Posted 5 years ago

    disneypoppop
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    Appreciate any help to identify a recent find. Heavy brass pedestal plate has "23 Fevrier 1895" (French translation 23 February 1895) inscribed under a medallion featuring a woman in Greek or Roman attire. Measures 11 5/8" in diameter. 4" high (pedestal base to top lip of bowl). The number 509 and the letters B.D appear on bottom of pedestal. Last pic shows piece upside down to show pedestal. Still mystery. Thanks, Pop

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    1. disneypoppop, 5 years ago
      Thanks for the love, vetraio50, tigerchips and SEAN68, appreciate it.
    2. disneypoppop, 5 years ago
      Efesgirl, thanks for the love . Appreciate it. Pop
    3. disneypoppop, 5 years ago
      Trying once more to ID brass compote, presentation piece? Also, is medallion centerpiece Greco/Roman Lady identifiable to anyone? Could be a start. Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving. Be safe. Thanks, Pop.
    4. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
      No idea, but it is wonderful. Someone will know more than me...
    5. disneypoppop, 5 years ago
      antiquerose and aura, thanks for the love and comment. Appreciate it. Pop
    6. disneypoppop, 5 years ago
      Recently learned it is called a "Tazza".

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