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Prezzo Pieces

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Introduction
Italian restaurant Prezzo commissioned Hazle Ceramics in 2008, to be set into interior walls of new branches. Prezzo restore period buildings so Hazle’s models are ideal to portray them.
Most paintings on this model, now only used for Fancy That, right, had nothing in the windows. This is the chance to get one that does - and a rare piece to boot!

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 Dated c1754, 34 Haymarket was occupied by Fribourg & Treyer from then until the late 1970s, serving gentlemen including King George IV with toiletries and tobacco. A rare example of a deep-bowed shop front before the 1774 Building Act, it features in many architectural books.

Hazle Ceramics
Prezzo Style 6
Limited Painting of 30
on London Haymarket

Very few of LP30 done

 Our Prezzo on Salisbury High Street is a row of medieval timber-framed houses. Subsidence has caused the overhanging upper storey to dip on the left. Much of the original interiors still remain intact.

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Designed by Chris McAllister
Former fashion illustrator and Hazle Chief Paintress 1992-2003, Chris is good at painting people. She came out of retirement to paint every Prezzo window. Hazle regards Chris’s work as highly collectable. It is also very rare for corporate ceramics to be sold to collectors. Most designs were LP30s. Those done for Prezzo were counted but unnumbered. Chris retired again before using all the available numbers. So Prezzo Pieces have now become Precious Pieces!

 Pizza tossing in front of the stone pizza oven as shown on some ceramics.

 Prezzo favour contemporary interiors that blend with the period buildings.

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