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Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV

An exceptional, fine and impressive, large antique George IV English sterling silver mustard pot made by William Bateman II; an addition to our George IV silver condiments collection

SKU: A4938
Price: £895.00
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Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV
Sterling Silver Mustard Pot by William Bateman II - Antique George IV

Description


This exceptional antique George IV sterling silver mustard pot has a compressed circular rounded form.


The surface of this large Bateman silver mustard pot is embellished with a contemporary bright cut engrave crest of an armoured arm couped and embowed grasping a four leaf clover.


The upper portion of the large body is encircled with an exceptional chased scrolling foliate and floral design, all on a matte background.


The decoration to the body of this fine example of antique silverware incorporates an impressive applied leaf decorated border.


This mustard pot is fitted with a plain hallmarked domed hinged cover encircled with a further band of chased scrolling leaf and foliate decoration.


This exceptional example of antique silverware is fitted with an S scroll handle embellished with stemmed wild rose and foliate decoration.


The mustard pot is fitted with a removable blue glass liner and retains the original gilt interior.


This exceptional mustard pot was crafted by the renowned and collectable London silversmith William Bateman II.


Date: 1827

Condition


This antique silver mustard pot is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in excellent condition.

The applied decoration is very sharp and the bright cut engraved decoration is very crisp.

Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the mustard pot have wear in keeping with age and location, but remain legible.


The part hallmarks to the interior of the cover are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of William Bateman II silver.


Dimensions


Length from back of handle to rim 11.8cm/4.6"

Diameter of body 9cm/3.5"

Height 8.8cm/3.5"


Weight


6.9 troy ounces/213g (excluding glass liner)


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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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