Origin of tassie
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All other likenesses of Smith are founded on those of Tassie and Kay.
The lucky ticket was held by a London connoisseur named Tassie.Tieck's Essay on the Boydell Shakspere Gallery
George Henry Danton
Most of the work is in the antique taste, and is occasionally adorned with classical heads in the manner of Wedgwood and Tassie.Jewellery
H. Clifford Smith,
However that may be, Tassie executed in later days two different medallions of Smith.
Among other relics of Smith that are still extant are four medallions by Tassie, which very probably hung in his library.
- a native or inhabitant of Tasmania
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