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Antique Georgian Silver Mustard Pot & Spoon 1823

Ref: 1705 / LA61026

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Description

This is an attractive Georgian sterling silver mustard pot made by William Bateman and hallmarked in London 1822. It comes complete with original blue glass liner which is in very good condition and a silver spoon which was made by Elizabeth Eaton and hallmarked a little later in London 1849.

It is of a good size and made with a thick gauge of silver. There are a couple of minor dings but these are hardly noticeable. The mustard pot sits firmly on 4 ball feet and the handle incorporates a thumb-piece. Hallmarks to the lid are clearly struck, those to the main body are readable but partly rubbed.

William was part of the famous Bateman family of silversmiths.


Measurements

Height : 6.5 cm - 2.56 in

Width : 8 cm - 3.15 in

Depth : 8 cm - 3.15 in

Weight : 141 g - 0.31 lb

Declaration

Wentworth Silver has clarified that the Georgian silver mustard pot and spoon (1705 / LA61026) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1823.

Condition

Very good - see description

Delivery

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Location

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