Hester Bateman George III Silver Salver

  • This salver was crafted by one of the premier silversmiths of the Georgian era, Hester Bateman
  • The elegant tray features the beaded edge that was a Bateman hallmark
  • It is centered by a bright-cut armorial, a technique for which Bateman is especially regarded
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Item No. 31-2999

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Crafted by one of the premier silversmiths of the Georgian era, Hester Bateman, this George III silver salver features the beaded edge that was a Bateman hallmark. Elevated on shell feet that lend a lightness to the design, the tray is also centered by a highly detailed, bright-cut armorial, a technique for which Bateman is especially regarded. 

Hallmarked London, 1775

17" diameter x 1 5/8" high
Hester Bateman George III Silver Salver
Maker: Bateman, Hester
Period: 18th Century
Origin: England
Type: Trays/Salvers
Depth: 17.0 Inches
Width: 17.0 Inches
Height: 1.63 Inches
Style: Georgian

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