Silver Ewer by Hester Bateman

  • This silver ewer was crafted by Hester Bateman in the neoclassical style
  • Its form takes a classic urn shape embellished with a finely engraved armorial with foliate swags
  • Bateman is considered the finest neoclassical silversmith of the Georgian era
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Item No. 31-3025

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This stunning Hester Bateman silver ewer is exemplary of the master silversmith’s impeccable craftsmanship and eye for detail. Its form takes a classic urn shape embellished with a beautifully engraved armorial with dramatic foliate swags, while a rattan-wrapped handle and finial complete the design. Universally recognized as the finest classical silversmith of the Georgian era, Bateman emphasized the importance of line and elegant form. Today, her 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, 1780

7 1/8" wide x 4 7/8" deep x 12 1/8" high
Silver Ewer by Hester Bateman
Maker: Bateman, Hester
Period: 18th Century
Origin: England
Type: Wine & Spirits
Depth: 4.83 Inches
Width: 7.13 Inches
Height: 12.13 Inches
Style: Georgian

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