Silver Goblet by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard

  • Outstanding workmanship distinguishes this silver Campana goblet by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard
  • Executed in a classically-inspired form, it is adorned with an applied oak leaf motif
  • Rebecca Emes was one of England's most accomplished female silversmiths
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Item No. 31-3121

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This classically-inspired Regency-period silver goblet by the renowned silversmiths Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard is richly adorned with repoussé and chased decoration throughout. The upper portion of the Campana-shaped vessel is embellished with an applied band of oak leaves and acorns, while the footed base displays crisp gadrooning and decorative borders. The intricate decoration contrasts beautifully with the goblet's simplified, balanced form.

Rebecca Emes was one of England's most famous female silversmiths. She was the widow of the renowned silversmith John Emes and continued his business and partnership with Edward Barnard shortly after her husband's death in 1807. The partnership of Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard produced some of the most exceptional silver of the early 19th century, with a large portion of those being retailed by the royal goldsmithing firm of Rundell, Bridge and Rundell.

Hallmarked London, 1824

6 3/4" diameter x 8 3/4" high
Silver Goblet by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Goblets & Cups
Depth: 6.75 Inches
Width: 6.75 Inches
Height: 8.75 Inches
Style: Georgian

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