Georgian Loving Cup by Hester Bateman
Georgian Loving Cup by Hester Bateman Georgian Loving Cup by Hester Bateman Georgian Loving Cup by Hester Bateman
Georgian Loving Cup by Hester Bateman

Georgian Loving Cup by Hester Bateman

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    This exquisite silver and silver-gilt loving cup by the renowned Hester Bateman is enveloped in a stunning fruit motif. Fields of foliage and ripened fruit encircle the charming two-handled vessel, a perfect complement to the gracefully curved, swan-like handles. Intricate yet bold, the cup is also adorned with a gilt interior, a rare feature in Bateman’s work. Exceptional among Bateman's creations, this loving cup demonstrates the famed silversmith's mastery over her craft.

    Hallmarked London, 1789

    6" high x 7 1/4" wide x 4" deep
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    Maker: Bateman, Hester
    Period: 18th Century
    Origin:England
    Type:Goblets & Cups
    Depth:4.0 Inches
    Width:7.25 Inches
    Height:6.0 Inches
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