Tazza

Italian for 'cup', originally the name of a shallow drinking vessel used in 16th and 17thC Italy. It later came to refer to other shallow or virtually flat dishes raised on a central stem also known as comports.
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Tazza

A tazza (Italian, `cup`, plural tazze) is a shallow saucer-like dish either mounted on a stem and foot or on a foot alone. The word has been generally adopted by archaeologists and connoisseurs for this type of vessel, used either for drinking, serving small items of food, or just for display. The Farnese Tazza is a 2nd-century BC cameo cup of H.....
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Tazza

• (n.) An ornamental cup or vase with a large, flat, shallow bowl, resting on a pedestal and often having handles.
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Tazza

Taz'za noun [ Italian ] An ornamental cup or vase with a large, flat, shallow bowl, resting on a pedestal and often having handles.
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tazza

cup with saucer-shaped bowl on a pedestal
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Tazza

Tazzas were Tudor-period small dishes or drinking vessels, not unlike a champagne glass, with a wide, shallow bowl standing upon a baluster stem, the whole standing perhaps six inches tall. In the centre of the bowl was usually mounted a medallion bearing an armed Roman head. Many surviving tazzas were given to churches where they were used as pate...
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