This tazza is a masterpiece. Look at the detail of the scene at the top.
Is 10 inches on top, 3 inches high. The base is 4 x 4 inches. It's silver plate, not magnetic. I didn't polish that, so you'll find a little tarnisher.It does not stand flat because of defects of 2 feet on the base. I do not know whether this was done at the factory and whether it was a manufacturing defect or whether they were scarfed. There is a split that can be seen near the border at the back but is not perceptible on the forehead. Clearly marked on the back of a wmf leg (würtembergische metal warenfabrik) with an older and rarer mark made with a serif font and put in a cartridge & letter b (alloy containing tin, so-called britannia metal). Another brand looks like a zg that would mean fancy gilt.