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Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Salts and Spoons London 1790

$1,850Asking Price


Hester Bateman Georgian Silver Salts and Spoons, London 1790. The oval shaped Salts on four claw and ball feet, the bodies of wriggle work and bead decoration with pierced oval and foliate panels, engraved on one panel with a crest of a hand grasping a cross, upper bead rim border. Spoons, Hester Bateman, London 1788. Height: approximately 2 1/8 inches. Length: approximately 3.25 inches.


  • Creator
    Hester Bateman
  • Place of Origin
    United Kingdom
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  • Date of Manufacture
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  • Seller Location
    Toronto, CA
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