Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form
Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form
Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form

Hester Bateman Silver Sugar Bowl, Urn Form

  • A rare and beautiful Georgian silver sugar bowl by Hester Bateman
  • This elegant vessel is crafted in the manner of a Neoclassical urn
  • The bowl's design and craftsmanship are hallmarks of Bateman's talent
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Item No. 30-4937
$12,850
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A unique piece in the great Hester Bateman's oeuvre, this covered Georgian silver sugar bowl takes the form of an urn. The vessel displays Bateman's graceful take on the Neoclassical, showcasing her indisputable talent as a master silversmith.

Hallmarked London, 1782

4 1/2" diameter x 9" high
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Maker: Bateman, Hester
Period: 18th Century
Origin:England
Type:Creamers/Sugar
Depth:4.5
Diameter:4.5
Width:4.5
Height:9.0
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