Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Creamer
Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Creamer Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Creamer
Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Creamer

Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Creamer

  • London silversmith Hester Bateman crafted this wonderful silver creamer
  • The creamer features her elegant bright-cut engraving and delicate beaded trim
  • Pieces made by the "Queen of the English Silversmiths" are highly desirable
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Item No. 30-5984
$3,450
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This elegant helmet-form Georgian silver creamer is a beautiful specimen from the “Queen of the English Silversmiths”, Hester Bateman. The piece is encircled with Bateman’s signature bright-cut engraving and delicate beaded edging. Rests upon a square plinth base.

Hallmarked London, 1786

4" wide x 2 1/4" deep x 6” high
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Maker: Bateman, Hester
Period: 18th Century
Origin:England
Type:Creamers/Sugar
Depth:2.25 Inches
Width:4.0 Inches
Height:6.0 Inches
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