Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Ewer
Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Ewer Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Ewer Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Ewer
Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Ewer

Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Ewer

  • This stunning Hester Bateman silver ewer is exemplary of her masterful craftsmanship
  • This urn illustrates her attention to graceful form and understated beauty
  • Such a large, impeccably crafted piece of Bateman silver is rare and desirable
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Item No. 30-5980
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The embodiment of undeniable beauty and skill, this rare Georgian silver ewer was crafted by the most famed of the female silversmiths, Hester Bateman. The graceful silhouette and in-line beading convey the femininity inform and attention to detail for which Bateman is renowned. A rattan-wrapped handle and unique foliate-formed finial complete this important ewer's timeless design. Today, Bateman's creations can be found in the collections of the most prestigious museums in the world, including London's Victoria & Albert Museum, the Birmingham Museum of Art, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.

Hallmarked London, 1778

6" wide x 5" deep x 13" high
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Maker: Bateman, Hester
Period: 18th Century
Origin:England
Type:Wine & Spirits
Depth:5.0 Inches
Width:6.0 Inches
Height:13.0 Inches
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