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George III Silver Cream Jug By Bateman London 1795

Heading : Silver cream jug
Date : 1795
Period : George III
Origin : London, England
Marks : Hallmarked
Peter and Ann Bateman, London
Body : Helmet form, square base with elongated reeded handle. Repoussé cartouche contains a family crest
Size : 14.2cm tall, 11cm long and 5.3cm wide
Condition : Excellent, a few very minor dings
Restoration : None
Weight : 104 grams

Additional Information : Peter Bateman was the son of the most famous 18th century English female silversmith Hester Bateman and continued her legacy after her death in 1794.

The crest shows an arm embowed vested holding in the hand an ostrich feather and a cross crosslet fitchée. We love the formality of heraldic descriptions. "Vested" means clothed. Each arm of the cross is a cross itself, hence crosslet. Fitchée means a pointed lower extremity.

All we need to do now is identify the family name.

 

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  • Product Code: 2018043015
  • Availability: Sold
  • £195.00

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