Hester Bateman Silver Brandy Warmer
Hester Bateman Silver Brandy Warmer Hester Bateman Silver Brandy Warmer
Hester Bateman Silver Brandy Warmer

Hester Bateman Silver Brandy Warmer

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    Item No. 30-5956
    $8,850
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    Hester Bateman's signature elegance is displayed in this fine silver brandy warmer. Crafted in a well-balanced baluster form, this single-handled pot was used to warm brandy, which was done to release the different flavors and aromas of this fine spirit. A turned, wooden handle provides insulation from the heat, completing this design that is both elegant and functional.

    Hester Bateman is celebrated both for her success as a businesswoman in the male-dominated silversmith trade and for the unquestionable influence her timeless and sophisticated designs have had on the history of English silver. From the attention to form and line to the splendid proportions, this warmer serves as a perfect example of the genius found in every piece of Bateman silver.

    Hallmarked London, 1789

    4 1/2" high x 4 1/4" wide x 8 1/2" deep
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    Maker: Bateman, Hester
    Period: 18th Century
    Origin:England
    Type:Wine & Spirits
    Depth:8 1/2 Inches
    Width:4 1/4 Inches
    Height:4 1/2 Inches
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